Dense, shrubby to 3ft.+; green w/red edges, darker in sun
Erect to 3ft., dark purple in full sun/more green in shade. Wide leaves, round rosettes. Many branches. Will form giant pyramids of yellow flowers, replacing the rosette and ending the life cycle of the branch.
Shrub to 3ft.; dull green w/red rosettes open in winter, tighter in summer
Shrubby 2 to 3ft., soft green w/pink edges in sun
Low shrubby, with large 8″ green rosettes. Soft and velvety leaves. Will produce large mounds of rosettes. Red edged in full sun.
Fast growing, moderately branchy, to 6ft tall and nearly as wide. Sports massive rosettes of spoon-shaped leaves, up to 20″ wide! This species will continue to flourish after flowering. Prefers afternoon shade.
Bushy shrub to 16″; red-edged in sun; thick long leaves
Bushy shrub to 10″t; bright red-edged in full sun; thick long leaves
Bushy shrub 2 to 4ft.; Pink edges in sun; thick long leaves
Bushy subshrub to 10″; profusion of 4″ green rosettes, red-tipped in full sun; thick long leaves. Winter-growing.
A. arboreum var. holochrysum
Shrub, stems to 3ft. w/tight glossy green rosettes – small in summer
Small, shrubby to 12″, with small dense green rosettes
Large, low solitary rosette followed by large red bloom spray. Monocarpic.
Unusual oval leaves, brightly colored. Branchy, a low-growing almost shrub-like form. Yellow flowers. Protect from frost.
Low growing, groundcover succulent branching from base. Narrow leaves are slightly fuzzy with marginal hairs. Rosettes to 10″d. Yellow flower clusters.
Shrubby stems, very small rosettes, lightly fuzzy green leraves get a hint of red, almost blush color in fulll sun. Many yellow flowers.
Low growing large green rosettes to 20″, spreads quickly
Large, solitary, flat rosettes on short unbranched stems. Bright green leaves.
Large rosettes with wavy leaves. 4 foot tall solitary stems, branch from the base.
Aeonium “Green Platter”
Mostly flat broad rosettes, wide, rounded green leaves
20″d. solitary rosettes on 30″t. stems
Thick green leaves, flattened rosettes. Branches readily, stays low.
A. guiengola “Creme Brulee”
Thick variegated leaves with cream-colored margins and tiny dark marginal teeth. 3 to 4 feet across. Prefers afternoon shade inland and in hotter climates, all day sun at the coast.
Bluish green w/strong green marginal stripes in shade
Wide soft leaves of a pale gold-green emerge from a tight central spear to arch gracefully back. Offsets readily. Keep protected from frost.
Large soft green leaves w/strong white marginal stripes.
Wide blue-green recurved leaves with variegation that can be white or yellow, wide striped or narrow. Offsets readily. Keep protected from frost.
Large mounds of arching, curving leaves to 12″. Grows on rocky cliffs.
2-4ft. rosettes; up-curving green leaves w/cream margin
Green, toothy rosettes to 30″