Cacti & Succulents - 'Aichryson tortuosum var. bethencourtianum' or 'Irish Bouquet' - SOLD
You are purchasing a bunch of 'Aichryson tortuosum var. bethencourtianum' or in short, 'Irish Bouquet' about 10cms long and still growing. Caring for the plant is simple and easy. Can be grown in homes and offices.
Aichryson bethencourtianum or Aichryson tortuosum naturally grows as perennial succulent plant, up to 8 inches (20 cm) tall, with many up to 0.8 inch (2 cm) long, tiny and hairy leaves on short stems. Its flowers are star-shaped, golden yellow, born single or arranged in small groups. Aichrysons are very tolerant of mixed conditions and will tolerate considerable shade as well as full sun. Given the right conditions these plants will provide an incredible show of yellow flowers. Grow these plants hard with very little fertilizer because they can flower them selves to death. They have a very structural trunk and make excellent bonsai subjects.
In winter they require a rather sunny spot inside at moderate, cool temperatures. If they become too large, plants can be cut back. Cuttings will easily root within few days. These ornamental dwarf plants are excellent pot plants and will thrive in any partially shaded spot at cool temperatures,
Glass for decor purposes only.
Note. No postings to WA, TAS, NT states. Pickup available.