Aeonium appendiculatum (L)

£16.50

This particular specimen was grown in a 1 litre (13cm) pot.

Features a sharp leaf shape of a deep-green colouring. Under strong light, the leaf margins and tips turn a fire-orange. Striations mark each leaf and add definition.

Only 1 left in stock

Description

Aeonium appendiculatum is a species rarely found in cultivation.

This Aeonium species grows tall with large, long leaves and pointy tips. The plant itself can reach up to 1m high, making it an excellent overshadowing plant. The stem grows thick as a support and will callous as it matures to create a trunk effect. The flowers are large and beautiful, displaying a fantastic array of pink and white. Bee and butterfly attractant.

A wonderful species that rarely offsets, would look great planted over shorter succulents to offer shade from extreme sunlight.

Additional information

Hardiness

Red Zone

Light Aspect

Part Shade, Full Sun

Planting Location

Pot, Wall, Rockery, Garden, Conservatory

Mature Size

Large

Colour

Red, Green

Growth Form

Single Stem