Aeonium Stock Video Footage


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The succulent leaves are typically arranged on a basal stem, in a dense, spreading rosette. A feature which distinguishes this genus from many of its relatives is the manner in which the flowers bear free petals, and are divided into 6 or 12 sections. Each rosette produces a central inflorescence only once, and then dies back (though it will usually branch or offset to produce ensuing rosettes). Low-growing Aeonium species are A. tabuliforme and A. smithii large species include A. arboreum, A. valverdense and A. holochrysum. They are related to the genera Sempervivum, Aichryson and Monanthes, as can be seen by their similar flower and inflorescences. Recently, the genus Greenovia has been placed within Aeonium. Much hybridising has been done, resulting in several cultivars of mixed or unknown parentage. Of these, the following have gained the Royal Horticultural Society’s Award of Garden Merit:- ’Blushing Beauty’ ’Sunburst’ ’Zwartkop’




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