Aeonium Lindleyi

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An Aeonium Lindleyi is a taller species of succulents. These succulents can reach a total height of around 20 inches tall when adequately grown and kept healthy. With that, Aeonium Lindleyi’s are among the much more low-maintenance plants to own. That makes them one of the best plants for beginner gardeners or gardeners with little time to provide care. The succulent has a beautiful appearance with lively green leaves and gorgeous, appealing yellow-hued flowers. These flowers can be noticed to begin sprouting during the warmer summer months. The flowers can reach a measurement of around 9 centimeters.

Regardless of how much gardening experience an Aeonium Lindleyi owner has, knowing precisely what the succulent needs to survive can be a stressful thing to depict. How do you care for such a low-maintenance plant? Luckily, Aeonium Lindleyi’s have a much lower probability of pest and disease infestations. This article takes a deep dive into the life and daily tasks needed when owning an Aeonium Lindleyi succulent. Read on to learn more about how you can tend to your Aeonium Lindleyi and keep it flourishing yearly!

Proper Care Tips for Raising An Aeonium Lindleyi

Like most Aeonium succulents, the Aeonium Lindleyi species can be planted and raised indoors or outdoors. However, it may be helpful to keep in mind that garden specialists highly recommend owners grow the succulents outdoors for the beginning few weeks to a month. This is done so that the Aeonium Lindleyi can absorb as much of the natural resources and nutrients it needs to grow strong. After that time frame, the succulent can be transferred to a gardening pot and moved indoors if the owner chooses to do so. That said, it’s essential to establish a steady care routine that works well with your succulent’s needs. As mentioned earlier in the article, Aeonium Lindleyi’s is a low-maintenance plant. However, there are some care specifications that all owners should be sure to incorporate into their routines. Read on to discover what your Aeonium Lindleyi needs to flourish.

Recommended soil

As with nearly any succulent, Aeonium Lindleyi blossom best when planted in well-draining gardening soil, the soil should remain moist to reduce the chances of problems. If you’re unsure which well-draining soil to use, purchasing one rich in hummus is highly recommended!


Aeonium Lindleyi succulents do not typically require a yearly fertilization treatment; however, they can benefit from doing so. On the other hand, fertilizing your succulent can should be done if you begin noticing your succulent is damaged or in a declining state of health. Doing so can give your plant the boost it needs to bounce back to being healthy potentially.

When fertilizing your Aeonium Lindleyi, use a liquid form fertilizer – it will need to be diluted so that the mixture is half water and half liquid fertilizer. Apply the fertilizer at least once a year unless it needs it more frequently. Tip: Another alternative to using fertilizer is to layer some mulch on top of the soil thinly.

Safe temperatures

Although Aeonium Lindleyi’s are low-maintenance and can sustain a bit of neglect, they do happen to be one of the more delicate plant species to own. With that being said, certain temperature levels are recommended for the succulent. From a standard, 65 degrees Fahrenheit to 75 degrees Fahrenheit temperature is best. Exceeding those recommendations can result in the succulent becoming burnt or damaged.

Indirect sunlight or direct sunlight?

Whether your Aeonium Lindleyi is planted indoors or outdoors, the following sunlight care instructions are the same. This succulent flourishes best when it receives a good dose of bright sunlight. However, it should only be exposed to indirect sunlight to avoid burning. If your succulent is indoors, you can place it directly in front of a well-lit window with a light, sheer drape for protection from harmful sunlight rays. If your succulent is outdoors, it should receive the same sunlight care. An excellent recommendation is to place it in a transparent greenhouse.

Healthy watering routines

Succulents are at a higher risk of experiencing overwatering and under-watering. Therefore it’s essential to keep an eye on the soil and ensure you’re not exposing the plant to either of those issues. Aeonium Lindleyi’s typically will only need to be watered once each week. However, it depends on the humidity levels surrounding the plant and how quickly the soil absorbs the water. To depict whether or not your Aeonium Lindleyi needs more water, check the ground about a third of the way down. If the soil is dry, water it again, but if it’s still moist, you should hold off on watering until it’s more dried.

Pests and Diseases

Fortunately, Aeonium Lindleyi’s aren’t known to experience pests or diseases often; however, that doesn’t mean they can’t. If an Aeonium Lindleyi isn’t cared for correctly, it could experience spider mites, scales, and mealy bug infestations. In addition, if your Aeonium Lindleyi is outdoors, you may encounter birds being attracted to the plant at times as they may try to eat at it. Regarding diseases, root rot is the most commonly seen disease in Aeonium Lindleyi’s. These issues can easily be avoided and/or amended by referring to the simple care guidelines of these Aeonium Lindleyi succulents.


How To Propagate Aeonium Lindley

Propagating a plant is a task done for many reasons: to rid pests, trim off damaged, discolored, and degraded areas, and even duplicate the plant. Depending on the plant, various ways to propagate it are usually used, and some techniques may be safer for plants than others. For Aeonium Lindleyi succulents, there are also many ways of participating in propagation. However, the following portions will introduce you to the two most common propagation techniques that are sure to be safe for your succulence.

Parent plant leaf trimmings propagation

This method is one of the quicker ways of propagating an Aeonium Lindleyi succulent. Before starting the leaf propagation, make sure you’re using a well-cleansed knife or gardening shears – they’ll need to be sharp. Carefully trim one of the healthier-looking leaves from the original parent plant. Place the leaf-cutting in a dry area for a couple of days to let it fully dry up. When transferring the leaf trimming, use a draining gardening pot with the appropriate soil (refer to the care tips above). Plant your leaf trimmings within the well-draining gardening soil, and remember to water as needed.

Parent plant seedling propagation

Propagating your Aeonium Lindleyi succulents using the seedlings technique may take longer than the other method provided due to the slower growth process. However, this technique will work well and is entirely safe for both parent and soon-to-be plant transfers. To propagate your Aeonium Lindleyi by this process, carefully remove some of the seeds from the parent plant. Once you’ve done that, you can begin planting the seeds in another gardening pot. Make sure the pot is equipped with drainage holes. Fill the gardening pot about a third of the way up. Then, plant the parent plant seeds in the appropriate soil. Water the soil directly after you’ve concluded planting. Follow the recommended care guidelines above to ensure your Aeonium Lindleyi transfer flourishes.


In conclusion, if you’re new to gardening or looking for a succulent with minimal needs, Aeonium Lindleyi succulent would be a great addition to your home. These succulents do not require much attention, and they couldn’t possibly be easier to care for! Hopefully, this read has answered any questions you may have been pondering – or maybe it’s even inspired you to purchase your own Aeonium Lindleyi succulent!

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Richard Miller

Salute everyone. It's Richard, the author of this Succulent & Xeriscaping blog. I am a traveler and a nature lover looking for a connection with the wild green. In my journey, I found a love for succulents and xeriscaping. What attracts me is the long-lasting & unique beauty of every plant I have the chance to see with my own eyes. Welcome to my little blog and let's enjoy a good time together!

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