Aeonium urbicum ‘Salad Bowl’
Aeonium urbicum ‘Salad Bowl’
Aeonium urbicum ‘Salad Bowl’
Aeonium urbicum ‘Salad Bowl’
Aeonium urbicum ‘Salad Bowl’
Aeonium urbicum ‘Salad Bowl’
Aeonium urbicum ‘Salad Bowl’
Aeonium urbicum ‘Salad Bowl’

Aeonium urbicum ‘Salad Bowl’

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Size:6 Inch
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Aeonium urbicum ‘Salad Bowl’ are part of the Crassulaceae family and are native to the Canary Islands. Their leaves are green and the tips can become red. They can grow up to 12 inches in height. In the spring, there can also be flowers that appear. 

These plants are easy to care for, so they’re great for beginners. 

Care Tips

Light: They require a lot of light. For them to grow well, they should get full to partial sun. 

Water: It’s best to follow the soak and dry method, where you soak the soil completely and don't water it again until it's completely dry to avoid overwatering. 

Soil: Try to use a porous soil that has a great drainage system. 

Potting: It is recommended to use a pot with a drainage hole at the bottom of the pot, so any extra water will run through the pot. 

Temperature: They like temperatures that are a bit more warm, so about 60°-75°F (15.6-23.9℃) is best for this plant.

Humidity: It’s ideal for the level of humidity to be around 40-60%.


Shipping & Handling

    • The 2 Inch Aeonium urbicum ‘Salad Bowl’ plants are shipped with the pot and soil
    • The 4 Inch and larger plants are shipped bare roots without the pot and soil:
    • You will receive a very similar plant to the one shown in the photos; shape and color may vary
    • Ship within USA & its outlying territories only
    • Please visit Order Processing & Shipping info page for additional details


    Care Instructions

    Please visit our Succulent Care info page for more details.

    To ensure the health of succulents, it is important to plant them in porous, well-draining soil. Succulents require little watering, but don't like to sit in wet soil. To create an adequate cactus mix, simply add pumice, perlite, or grit to cactus soil to provide the proper drainage.

    Make sure to leave drought periods between waterings to prevent the plant from water-logging.


    Weather Conditions

    • When ordering, be mindful that living succulents can be damaged by the cold weather.
    • If you live in an area that is below 40 degrees Fahrenheit, please add a shipping warmer to your order or consider purchasing plant until the weather is more suitable.
    • Shipping Warmer: 72+ Hours Heat Packs available for $1.7 each

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