Aeonium

These rosette-like succulents are mostly from the Canary Islands. They are quite diverse in habit, ranging from small, almost stemless rosettes, to tall-stemmed plants. Some are very small, bushy plants with tiny rosettes, up to large, bushy ones, with large rosettes. They are mostly Winter growing, with flowers appearing in early Spring or late Winter. They do not however, like freezing conditions. They will literally melt! Aeoniums are monocarpic, which means when they flower, that stem will then die. Don’t worry though, as there are plenty more new rosettes to take their place. Flowers are produced on long stems, in small clusters of yellow, cream, pink, red or white. Today, there are many hybrids in multitudes of stunning colours. They look spectacular in large pots.

Aeonium

These rosette-like succulents are mostly from the Canary Islands. They are quite diverse in habit, ranging from small, almost stemless rosettes, to tall-stemmed plants. Some are very small, bushy plants with tiny rosettes, up to large, bushy ones, with large rosettes. They are mostly Winter growing, with flowers appearing in early Spring or late Winter. They do not however, like freezing conditions. They will literally melt! Aeoniums are monocarpic, which means when they flower, that stem will then die. Don’t worry though, as there are plenty more new rosettes to take their place. Flowers are produced on long stems, in small clusters of yellow, cream, pink, red or white. Today, there are many hybrids in multitudes of stunning colours. They look spectacular in large pots.

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