Same plant a few months later
Here is an aeonium mixed pot. The red or purple one in the center surrounded by great green and white striped ones.
called Aeonium arboreum var arboreum, in Southern california, Huntington Gardens
Large drift planting that has already lost its summer color, cuttings put in ground Nov '06
3' tall, retaining summer color more than others because of location. Getting ready to bloom.
Closeup of developing bloom, area pictured is approx 2" in diameter.
In a plant show, April 4, 2008, mid Spring, zone 9b
colony of plants at the Huntington Gardens, California under the synonym Aeonium manriqueorum
the tight and 'burned' rosettes on these plants are secondary to long, hot dry summer (normal), but will return to normal in winter
look after period of extended drought and extreme heat and sun burn.
entire colony bloomed at once, December, southern California
San Francisco Botanical Garden
About to flower in a neighbouring Waihi garden NZ
In Lyn\'s beach garden at Wangamata, NZ