Cactus and Succulents - Every 2 Week

Aeonium “Jolly Green”

Low growing staying under 1 foot tall with each stem ending in tight 8 to 10 inch wide green rosettes. The summer flowers are pale greenish yellow.

Name seems to be used for a variety of low-growing green Aeoniums, with narrow or rounded leaves.

Shade-tolerant.

 

Aeonium “Kiwi Verde”

A. haworthii hybrid

Small rosettes, shrubby to 2ft. Green leaves with a bit of red on the edges.

Aeonium “Kiwi”

A. haworthii hybrid

Small rosettes, shrubby to 2ft, with variable green, pink, and yellow leaves.

 

Aeonium “Mardi Gras”

PP21,407

Colorful hybrid with large yellow a green striped leaves with red-edges. Will show more color with more sun and with winter cool temps. Winter growing, summer dormant. Best with afternoon shade inland.

Aeonium “Pinwheel”

A. atropurpureum “Pinwheel” (Not A. haworthii, Pinwheel Aeonium)

Erect to 2ft., many branches. Dark purple in full sun/more green in shade.

Aeonium “Salad Bowl”

A. urbicum “Salad Bowl”

Low growing with large green 12″ rosettes and red tips in full sun. Shade-tolerant.

Aeonium “Schwartzkopf”

A. arboreum v. atropurpureum “Schwartzkopf”

Beautiful black rosettes, very dark in full sun, 3 to 5ft. tall

Aeonium “Suncup”

A. castello-paivae fa. variegata

Small, shrubby with narrow green, yellow and white leaves

Aeonium “Tip Top”

A. arboreum “Tip Top”

Small and shrubby, will grow 1 ft. tall x 3 ft. wide. Dark rosettes. Winter grower.

Aeonium “Voodoo”

Aeonium “Schwartzkopf” x A. undulatum hybrid. Extraordinary undulating deep burgundy colored leaves. Can grow to 5 ft. tall.

Aeonium arboreum v. atropurpureum

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.

Aeonium canariense v. virgineum

Low shrubby, with large 8″ green rosettes. Soft and velvety leaves. Will produce large mounds of rosettes. Red edged in full sun.

Aeonium ciliatum

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.

Aeonium decorum

Bushy shrub to 16″; red-edged in sun; thick long leaves