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oliviardx

Plant enthusiast with zero clue about plants

Aeonium

  • Season Icon Early WinterEarly Winter 2017
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oliviardx

Help me identify this plant. I have just moved house and all my plants are very unhappy, I've kept on top of watering them and moved them into brighter rooms but the leaves are still falling off! Help!

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teamgardentags

Thanks also for asking us to help identify your plant #PlantID. Fellow GT'ers are you able to help Olivia? @barbaramatthews @David @Garyg @GREENFINGERSLTD @jamesshobbs @joanboston @KariSamuel @kathy @linfoster @mikethegardener @mr_plantgeek @mrsflowerpot @PlantDoctor @richard.spicer.7906 @thedanielrichards

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flof1952

@oliviardx ......this is an AEONIUM or HOUSE TREE LEEK. Welcome Olivua :)

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oliviardx

@flof1952 Thank you so much!

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flof1952

@oliviardx ......you're welcome Olivia :)

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carolgs

Plants can get stressed when they get moved try and find a room in your new house with the same position as the old house to put them in and give them time @oliviardx

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oliviardx

@carolgs thank you for the advice! I will try it now, fingers crossed it works :)

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lancashirerose

Sometimes radiators don't help. Try to move them not in direct heat from a radiator

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awomanonabike

If it's just this one where the leaves are falling off, I wouldn't worry too much. Mine always drop their bottom leaves when I bring them inside (& lose the black colour in the case of the A. Schwarzkopf) but they look fine again soon after I put them back outside after the last frost.

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awomanonabike

Hi there @seasidejack My original one came from Jura House gardens (Inner Hebrides -now sadly closed to the public) but if you are ever passing through Cumbria they are very easy to propagate & I'm often giving them away. PS If you add @name then that person gets a pop up to say that you have left them a message

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