Caring Aeonium ‘Sunburst’
1) Light: The Aeonium Sunburst plant is a succulent plant that requires moderate levels of light.It needs sunlight for at least six hours per day, but it prefers full sun to partial shade. The best exposure for the Aeonium Sunburst is to be outside or near an east-facing window with plenty of direct sunshine
2) Water: Aeonium Sunburst succulents require a moderate amount of water. Water the plant deeply and infrequently, allowing the top inch or two to dry between watering events. Drench the pot with water and then let it drain thoroughly before applying more.
3) Soil: They prefer to be planted into well-drained soil, which also has high amounts of sand and peat moss mixed with the regular potting mix. You can purchase this type of medium or make it on your own by combining equal parts, peat moss, perlite, vermiculite, and coarse sand. You want to ensure good drainage for these plants because they are susceptible to root rot if their roots stay too wet. If you have heavy clay soils or soils that retain a lot of water, the chances are not great for success. It’s best to use something else like a cactus or succulent mix as an alternative
4) Temperature and Humidity: The average home will find that aeonium sunburst plants are not very fussy about their temperature or humidity requirements. They can be grown in temperatures ranging from 40°F (4 °C) to 100°F (or 38 °C)
5) Fertilizer: Fertilizing aeonium sunburst plants is important because it helps the plant grow and stay healthy. The best time to fertilize an aeonium is during its growing season. Generally speaking, most succulents need fertilizer every month when they’re actively growing so that their roots can absorb nutrients efficiently