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#aeonium #aeonium-haworthii #aeoniumhaworthii #aeoniumhaworthii-blooms flowering itself to death this year.Each rosette that flowers is terminal 🤨
I had my whole plant flower this year I’m waiting to see if there’s anything left 😢
No it doesnt @cyndi it only relies on the othe rosettes that dont flower that year
It's a bit like that yes @sinsarah 😉
The leaves prop Sarah really easily in case ? @sinsarah
I have heard that. So far I haven’t had much luck I may need to give it another go this weekend
That looks really attractive - so full and healthy!
#terminalflower #aeonium #aeonium-haworthii Look at all these terminal flowers.Last year there were just 3 or so 🤨
Wow it really did well this year it’s definitely in its happy place. Very cool plant!!😊💕
Can't wait to see it bloom!
Beautiful yet sad, someone told me they stopped the terminal bloom by cutting almost the whole plant off once most of the flowers were open, leaving the last 4 or 6 leaves you should get pups hopefully
It's flowers are pretty @lesliecole49 😁
Its ok as it still goes on @bluehairbruh Im sure it will grow more rosettes 😁
Flowers finally opening 😍
Ooooooh! That's a beauty!!💘😍
Its a huge flower spike from one rosette! That will probably die Im guessing after this effort ? @ShelleySnyder
Oh I hope not!! But I can't say for sure. 🤔💘😍
I believe it will after reading up @ShelleySnyder 😐
Oh dear! Hate to hear that! You'll just lose the one it's coming out of right?😢💘😍
My huge plant bloomed a while back and just the one rosette was sacrificed. It is completely unnoticeable now. Enjoy the bloom.
Double wow, that's amazing
Yes Shelley @ShelleySnyder just the one rosette .Thanks Janice @lovestogarden
Waiting waiting 😐
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With pink edges 💗
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