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Aeonium sedifolium

Aeonium sedifolium, native to the Canary Islands, forms tiny rosettes with plump, shiny, sticky lime green leaves that are streaked in red. In time, this diminutive succulent forms a compact rounded clump to several inches in height. Used as a natural bonsai subject. The name sedifolium refers to the plump leaves that are similar to those of Sedums. Bright yellow star-shaped flowers in the spring. Prefers warmer temperatures in the winter. Porous soil with adequate drainage. Filtered light and ample airflow. Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch. Summer dormant; preferable to provide cool shade during dormancy. Protect from frost.

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