Aeonium (tree houseleek) is a genus of about 35 species of succulent, subtropical plants of the family Crassulaceae. Many species are popular in horticulture.
Aeonium Crassulaceae Succulent plant
Aeonium aureum T.H.M. Mes 1995 Syn. Greenovia diplocycla Webb ex Bolle 1859 Under dry conditions the succulent leaves close up into a ball to conserve moisture, but this species is more usually seen as a spiralling 10in rosette of glaucous green leaves, often offsetting to form clumps.
Aeonium tabuliforme (flat topped aeonium, saucer plant) syn. A. bertelothianum, Sempervivum complanatum, is a species of succulent plant in the family Crassulaceae, native and endemic to Tenerife in the Canary Islands.
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The Crassulaceae is a large family of 1500 species in which most genera exhibit a degree of leaf succulence. Some succulent Crassulaceae are frost hardy and suitable for use as garden plants and in horticultural displays.
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ACANTHUS SENNII. Acanthaceae. Large holly like foliage, heads of orange red flowers Oct Dec if sited in warm place, herbaceous when very cold and late to reappear, 75cm 2m.