How to Grow Succulents That Look Like Fairytale Roses

Greenovia dodrentalis succulents have curved, layered petals that make them look like roses. You can find them in the Canary Islands, they look like something out of a fairy tale.

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In a pot it is easy to follow these steps and learn how to plant, cultivate and care for this succulent. Additionally, Greenovia aurea is a rose-shaped succulent and one of nature’s most efficient plants, and one of the easiest to propagate.

The best place to grow Greenovia aurea is in full or partial sun with sandy, well-drained soil. The best time to plant is in spring.

The succulent Greenovia aurea can survive short-term without sunlight. However, the timing will depend on the species of Greenovia aurea.

Additionally, most Greenovia aurea succulents can survive 10 to 14 days without sunlight.

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1- Terrain:

Use sandy, well-drained potting soil.

2- Temperature:

The ideal temperature for growing Greenovia aurea is between 19°C and 28°C. But it can tolerate higher temperatures well.

3- Location:

The best places to grow Greenovia aurea are outdoors in partial shade or indoors in a bright room.

4- Plantation:

The best time to plant is in spring.
Use sandy, well-draining soil for Greenovia aurea.
Dig a hole and plant seedlings or cuttings of Greenovia aurea.
Also add a mixture of 2 parts peat moss, 1 part clay, and 2 parts sand or perlite to the soil.
Wait for it to take root and transport the Greenovia aurea into a larger pot or into the garden.

5- Irrigation:

Water Greenovia aurea about 2 times a week in summer and every 5-6 days the rest of the year.

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