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Aeonium cuneatum

  • Aeonium cuneatum
  • Aeonium cuneatum
  • Aeonium cuneatum
  • Aeonium cuneatum

I love all succulents and my favourite is usually the one I have been working on that day.Today it was raining so I spent most of the day tidying up my poly tunnel which included potting up lots of Aeoniums. Aeonium cuneatum is today's favourite.... It grows so fast into a spectacular showstopper and if potted on regularly it can grow up to 18 inches across and send up a 3 foot flower spike.

Comments (4)

  1. Grower

    Corseside nursery

    morning Alya, glad you like my pics....all may aeoniums spend the summer outside ...it is only in the winter that special care is needed...I take them into my polytunnel in october and if we get a really hard frost I cover them with fleece. The most important thing is not to over water them especially in the winter months.

  2. Grower

    Kathy Peck

    Lovely Aeoniums!!, like the one with the red edge very different, I only have one dark leaved one although my leaves aren't as dark as yours,it was a swap years ago so not sure of the variety, is it normal for them to go more greeny in the winter?

  3. Grower

    Corseside nursery

    very normal Kathy...its the low light levels...its time to get watering them now ready to put them back outside for the summer.:-)

  4. Grower

    Kathy Peck

    Thanks Sandra wondered if it was the light levels :-),I'm busy sorting all the plants in the sunroom today its their turn this afternoon so I'll give them a water then :-)


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