Aeonium diplocycla v. gigantea

£7.95

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Description

Aeonium diplocycla var. gigantea is not often found in cultivation as it was only discovered in La Gomera Canaries in 2001 by B. Malkmus. As you can see by the picture it has a very compact stemless growing form which can get to a very big size. The central rosettes tend to close over when the weather warms up.

Additional information

Hardiness

Green Zone

Light Aspect

Part Shade, Full Sun, Bright Windowsill

Planting Location

Pot, Wall, Rockery, Garden, Windowsill, Conservatory

Spread & Height

Small

Colour

Green

Growth Form

Compact