Greenovia Dodrentalis and Greenovia Dyplocycla are rare, phenomenal succulents native to the Canary Islands. Their shape resembles a rose, which opens in our winter from autumn to spring and closes into a bud in summer, thus protecting itself from the loss of moisture.
#1 Greenovia Diplocycla Is a Succulent Up to 2-3 Inches Tall
Greenovia Dyplocykla Is a Single Rose Flower Shaped Succulent
Its Rosette Diameter Can Reach up to 7.5 Inches Tall
The Shade of Succulent Changes with Season and Light from Light Green to Silvery Green
It Blooms Only Once, After Flowering Rosette Dies
#2 Greenovia Dondrentalis
The Height of This Greenovia Also Reaches 3 Inch
It Has Many Small “Roses” on Its Legs, Very Densely Arranged
Their Growing Season Runs From Fall to Spring
They Have a Dormant Period in the Summer and Then Don’t Need Much Watering
These Succulents Can Have Regular Potting MIX Instead of Soil Special For Succulents
They Prefer a Slightly Moist Substrate, But Certainly Cannot Be Overwatered – Especially in Summer When They Have a Resting Period
Greenovia Dondrentalis Is Propagated By Cuttings
But they will not root if they were taken during its dormant period, which is summer.
Its Yellow Flowers Appear In Spring and Grow on Thick, Stiff Stems up to 10 Inch Tall
Repot Them Every 2-3 Years
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