Aeonium rosettes resemble big, fleshy-petalled daisies. Colors include green, yellow and garnet. Leaves of Aeonium ‘Sunburst’ are striped with yellow or cream. Aeonium ‘Zwartkop’, another show-stopper, is magenta-black. There exist many hybrids. Some species are shrub-forming; all produce rosettes at the tips of ever-lengthening stems. Frost tender.

Aeoniums are on my list of Succulents for Coastal Southern California Gardens.

Use my photos of succulents to…
— Help you learn their names.
— Create a private Pinterest page of plants you want for your garden.
— Serve as your computer screen’s wallpaper.
— Make a custom greeting card or other work of art.
— Help you ID what you already have.

I’ve identified and labeled photos for you according to genus and species, and common name if available. If you think I’ve ID’d any incorrectly, I definitely want to know. Please leave a comment or email me. — Debra Lee Baldwin

Aeonium haworthii Aeonium glutinosum Aeonium sedifolium Aeonium tabuliforme Aeonium 'Irish Bouquet' Aeonium 'Kermit' Aeonium 'Kiwi'  Aeonium 'Sunburst'  Aeonium 'Voodoo' 

Aeonium 'Zwartkop'

Aeoniums in bloom:

Aeonium, emerging inflorescence

Aeonium atropurpureum

Aeonium canariense
Aeonium 'Cyclops'  Aeonium 'Kiwi'  Aeonium 'Sunburst'

Aeonium urbicum  Aeonium 'Zwartkop' hybrid  Aeonium 'Zwartkop'

Related info on this site:

Debra’s Dozen Easy-Grow Succulents, from Aeonium to Zebra Plant. A must-read for beginners trying to make sense of succulents. Discover lovely, readily available varieties anyone can grow.

Go to my list of Succulents for Southern California Gardens

On my YouTube channel:

Learn about other popular types of succulents:

Agaves 

Aloes 

Crassulas 

Echeverias