4 responses to “Aeonium arboreum ‘Atropurpureum’ (tentative)”

  1. Anthony

    A very nice succulent. I would imagine that sedums and sempervivums grow well in BC. Do you have any of them in your garden?

  2. Ron & Isobel Chester

    Yes, we have sedums as does our neighbour. Our sedums were planted 12 years ago and continue to floursh.

  3. Daniel Mosquin

    As for the Sedum and Sempervivum collections at UBC, yes, we have a few of each (actually, more than a few of Sempervivum!).

  4. Mary Ann, in Toronto

    Wow! One of the delights of this site is seeing plants that look like they could be from another planet! This one has a cheerful, impish, playful look about it.
    Interesting how the whole flower-head forms a hollow cup-shape.

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