There are plenty of great succulent plants and varieties of Aeonium out there. But Aeonium urbicum (ee-OH-nee-um UR-bee-kum), sets itself apart for unusual-looking plant fans. Aeonium urbicum is known as
Aeoniums are also known as Tree Houseleeks. They come from a genus consisting of approximately 35 species of subtropical, perennial succulent members of the Crassulaceae family of plants. These attractive
Echeveria Neon Breakers (ech-eh-VER-ee-a nee-AHN BRAY-curs) are excellent houseplants. These brilliantly colored, easily grown perennial succulents are also a good choice for many garden settings. You may also hear this
Succulents are becoming increasingly popular, and the Echeveria plants (ech-eh-VER-ee-a) genus is among the most desired. These members of the Crassulaceae family are native throughout Mexico and Central America but
Kiwi Aeonium haworthii [ee-OH-nee-um, hay-WOR-thee-eye] is native to the Canary Islands and Morocco but now grows in areas with similar climates, such as Southern California. In temperate regions, it makes
Aeonium Sunburst [Ee-OH-nee-um, Suhn-Buhst] is an evergreen plant belonging to the Crassulaceae family and native to the Canary Islands. This Aeonium plant also referred to as Aeonium decorum ‘sunburst’, is
Adromischus cristatus [ad-roh-MIS-kus] [kris-TAY-tus] belongs to the genus Adromischus and is an interesting succulent plant from the family Crassulaceae. Cristatus is found in the eastern Cape Province of South Africa.