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I love indoor plants and have a small outdoor garden. I live in Manitoba (Zone 3).
A winter update on my Aeonium. The bottom florets are branches that have broken off. They easily root again in the pot. January 2021
Looks nice with the base filled in with the florets!
My plant was so top heavy, it got knocked over and one of the rosettes broke off. Good news though, I potted it up, put it under the grow light and voilà! February 2020
Wow! Looks great 👍🏼
An update on my Aeonium. Even though it's been under the grow light this winter, I can hardly wait to put it outside so that it can fill out again. April 2019.
Now that I've brought this aeonium back inside the house, its deep red is coming back out.
Thank you @gjones
It looks very healthy!nice!
Thank you @rikkie . The bottom leaves are turning yellow and drying up now that I've brought it inside.
This was previously identified as an Aeonium #schwartzkopf, but would you please confirm? @Yollymac @KelsiBriana @Muzz67 @donnotdonny It doesn't seem to be turning darker and the leaves are not flat, but more rounded up.
@KelsiBriana Yes, the same one from autumn '17
It's a great looking plant but sorry I can't help with id😊
The aeonium atropurpurem seems close. When do they get the dark purple colour? It is in full sun, but the leaves seems to stay green? @KelsiBriana
@gjones. Thanks! I wanted to research the succulent to see how I can get a richer colouring on it.
I don't have much aeonium experience apart from aeonium haworthii. I do think it looks like atropurpureum though. And yeah it might just be too happy to show the colors off from when you first got it.
@KelsiBriana @DonNotDonny Thanks for your thoughts. I'll see what happens as the summer goes by.
Mine looks exactly like your late autumn image and it's an atropurpureum. Mine changes colors with the seasons. Yours will probably go back to purple in the fall, just wait :)
I looked at the Encyclopedia and I was not sure which kind this is, there's so many different kinds. 10 Dec 2017
It's beautiful whichever one it is I'm sorry I can't help maybe @cazz47 @alovealoe @Muzz67 @hagar can help you with identification
Can't help with the id but it's a beauty!
Zwartkopf or similar hybrid
@gjones, @alovealoe @daisy-jane. Thanks so much for helping me out. Now, how do I change the name?
Go to your profile page, when you find this photo look for the little pencil in the right upper corner, tap on it and select change encyclopedia link. @kaigia
There we go, I've done this before, but forgot how. Thanks! @gjones
Northern Wi @kaigia
This is so gorgeous!
@grynnat. Thanks. I will wait and see. Do you have yours outside all year round? I have to take mine indoors when it gets too cold.
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