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There are many different Aeoniums although only 35 species, most are native to the Canary Islands, and some found in Maderia, Morocco and East Africa. They can be tall and dark like ‘Zwartkop’ or low and flat like bright green tabliforme, contrasts continue with variegated varieties ‘Mardi Gras’ and arborem 'Variegata', we also see compact branching varieties like our very own ‘Nights Watch’ and the huge single heads of ‘Cyclops’, all quite attractive and unique in their own way.  Most enjoy good light levels which deepens the colour of their leaves and generally need to be protected from the cold and wet in the winter. It is a good idea to grow in manageable pots that can be moved to your patio for the summer months and retrieved to a porch, conservatory or to the greenhouse for the winter. For general succulent growing tips visit our General Care page, but to get the full growing tips for this group be sure to visit our Aeonium care page. 

Aeonium Flower

Aeonium 'Dinner Plate'

A simply green Aeonium that produces mulitple large heads. It is fairly low growing…


Aeonium 'Tricolor'

Variegated yellow and green hard leaves that form small heads and freely branch to…


Aeonium arboreum

Upright freely branching plant with small - medium heads of bright green leaves. …


Aeonium arboreum atropurpureum

Purple/green leaved plant, tall upright growth with occasional branching.


Aeonium arboreum ‘Variegated’

Stunning plant. Tall variegated upright growth, up to 40cm in 4/5 years, branches…


Aeonium balsamiferum

This plant grows to a medium height and branches freely in a tree like fashion.


Aeonium castello-paivae variegata ‘Suncup’

A beautiful low growing and clump forming Aeonium.


Aeonium haworthii

With hard bluey green leaves and freely branching this Aeonium forms a clump/ bush…


Aeonium leucoblepharum

This plant has medium heads and freely branches.