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Synonyms for Aeonium

a genus of plants of the family Crassulaceae

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For additional color, plant Aeonium "Sunburst," whose rosetted leaves bear stripes of green, pink and yellow cream, and Echeveria "Afterglow" with violet blue foliage.
Samples of Aeonium urbicum (herbs) were collected from four sites in four different months (Eglinton & Hamilton 1963).
internodes and Aeonium leaves, but there are no descriptions of changes in R/FR perceived by individual leaves in their natural position within a canopy.
Aeonium arboreum is another plant that can endure hot weather, but by the end of the summer may look shrivelled and weary.
Page 29: A bed of green Aeonium, strappy Beschorner/a yuccoides, and coast rosemary (Westringia fruticosa) provides a verdant lowwater entry garden.
Northumbria branch British Cactus and Succulent Society, talk,The genus Aeonium and Tenerife, by George Thomson, St Aidan's Community Centre, Brunton Park, Newcastle, 7.
Se trata de un Aeonium originario de la parte septentrional de la isla de Tenerife, perteneciente a la seccion Leuconium A.
SUCCULENT POTS Forget summer bedding, grow trendy succulents, such as the black tree aeonium (schwarzkopf) in pots.
Tender plants like cacti, aeonium and other succulents can be kept in their pots and placed together at the front of a border when the weather is warmer in the summer.
At first glance, you could almost mistake Aeonium platyphyllum for baby tears, that well-known ground cover for minimal sun locations.
A chocolate-hued Aeonium arboreum 'Atropurpureum' (top) shows off its green center in a planting near the house.
Those glorious tall plants, Aeonium arboreum with the lovely succulent leaves in shades of green turning to a deep purple or even black depending were they are growing, struggle to survive the summer here, but come the autumn rains they begin to fill out and we can look forward to their flowering again in late winter and early spring.