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How to keep your Aeonium over winter
I have a lovely black-leafed Aeonium 'Zwartkop' that has grown well in a pot outside all summer. I brought it indoors and the centre of each rosette has turned green. Is it “reverting”?
On Gardening: The ageless Aeonium
The generic name, Aeonium, comes from an ancient Greek word that means “ageless.” In fact, for most species, the rosettes die after producing a flower, although the entire plant lives. A few species are monocarpic, meaning they produce a single rosette ...
Filmmaker Stacy Peralta gets imaginative with Cayucos garden
In Stacy Peralta's garden in Cayucos, ghost plant, Graptopetalum paraguayenes, stands tall amid variegated elephant's food, 'portulacaria afra variegata.' Joe Johnston ...
Garden Tips
Aeonium, Sedum, Crassula and Aloe are all plants that can be divided or broken off and stuck in a new location with a good chance of survival.
Gardening | Succulents for Coastal Carolina
Succulents are a great idea during droughty times. Many are adapted to dry, hot, sunny conditions and poor soil. They store water in their stems, leaves and roots; consequently, they require little to no irrigation.

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