Aichryson genus. This genus consists of roughly 15 species of annual and perennial, sub-tropical succulents. They are often shrub-like and are mostly short-lived, dying after flowering (monocarpic).
The genus name comes from the Greek words 'ai' meaning 'always' and 'chrysos' meaning 'gold'. which refers to the flowers.
Azores, Madeira, Canary Islands
Grown for their fleshy, spoon-shaped to rounded, hairy leaves.
These plants are frost tender with a min of 5C. Grow them in full sun or partial shade in very well drained soil.
You can propagate by seed or by stem cuttings in the spring or summer.
Susceptible to mealy bugs and aphids
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