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pixie62560 wrote: This is gorgeous!!! I wish I could grow them here!!!!!
Strever wrote: makes one want to start an alpine garden :-)
Kell wrote: I wonder how they would do as a house plant in winter.
This is my favorite aeonium by far. I now have a big 3 headed one with the best markings. It has done really well outside without being under plastic all winter. I did move it next to the house though. It has not lost its great variegation either. I need a really great pot for it this next spring and then I will have it out front to