Green Aeonium fresh cut live succulent cutting Aeonium Undulatum
For your consideration, 1 cutting and/or additional clippings of Aeonium.
Grown by me in sunny California.
Rosettes will be at least 2” – 3” in diameter.
NOTE: This is a clipping ONLY, does not come with soil or a pot.
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).
All about Aeoniums: they are rosette-forming succulents that usually grow on a long, bare stem. They are not frost tolerant and do best in USDA zones 9-11. The darker purple Aeoniums can tolerate full sun, while the green ones prefer some shade. The flowers come out of the center of the rosette.