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Aloinopsis rosulata f. variegata

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50.00€ 35.00€

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Art. 50166
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Size:
Pot: 6,5 cm.
Family:
Azioaceae
Origin:
South Africa
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Description:

A. rosulata in its variegated form represents an exemplar of succulent with a unique and unmistakable appearance, thanks to its variegation with bright colors such as yellow or pink. For this reason it is much sought after by collectors all over the world. Its fleshy leaves, arranged as rosette, in shape that recalls a tongue, in fact they are elongated, flat and widen at the apex ending slightly with a tip. The rough surface of dark green color, contrasts perfectly with the color of the variegation, creating a clear division between the dominant colors for a very pleasant visual impact and an attractive appearance. The beautiful and delicate flowers of A. rosulata f. variegata , have a look similar to daisies, with pale pink petals and a thin midline of intense red/purple color that gives the flower a touch of elegance.

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Plant care:

Avoid direct sun rays, which may burn the leaves, but choose a sheltered but bright place instead. The best option is the morning sunlight until 12.00 / 13.00, or the afternoon sunlight afer 15.00 / 16.00.

It prefers rather mild temperatures, however it survives even in temperatures close to freezing, if the soil is dry.

Water moderately, only when the soil is completely dry. Once every two weeks in spring and summer and once every two months in autumn and winter.

A well draining soil is an optimal solution, for example formed by a mixture of peat and sand so that the water does not stagnate.

They do not need frequent fertilization, it is sufficient to dilute the fertilizer with watering once a year.