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Aeonium arboreum - Tree Aeonium


Aeonium arboreum -  Tree Aeonium  (Aeonium arboreum -  Tree Aeonium)

The Aeoniums started blooming about a month ago. These are located in Balboa Park, San Diego, CA. Photo taken Jan. 14, 2011.



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Love the foliage and the flower they are huge are nt they.

20 Jan, 2011

 

great pic...thanks..:-)
mine are holding up well so far this winter...they are all wrapped up in my greenhouse..imm soo looking forward to getting them all out again...

20 Jan, 2011

 

Sixpence:

Yes, the plants and flowers can be quite large. :>)

22 Jan, 2011

 

Sandra:

Thanks!

Are your plants blooming now?

22 Jan, 2011

 

no..tooo cold.....

25 Jan, 2011

 

Sandra:

I assume your will bloom in spring?

26 Jan, 2011

 

mine have no rhyme or reason as to when or if they flower...i have had flowers at christmas,and april but mostly in august our high summer. i have been to check on mine today...wont be long before they start growing again seed planting time comming soon to us over here, hopeing for a good hot (thats welsh hot lol ) summer..:-)

26 Jan, 2011

 

Living in the north, aeoniums are smallish houseplants.
What a joy to see the "tree" in blossom! Thanks D1!

27 Jan, 2011

 

Sandra:

Good luck! Hope it blooms for you soon! :>)

28 Jan, 2011

 

Lori:

These were pretty small also. They can grow to 6ft/2m tall or sometimes slightly taller.

My neighbor directly across the street has one that's about 6ft/2m tall which is blooming now. I'll have to ask to get some pics.

28 Jan, 2011

 

ohhh yes please.....:-)

28 Jan, 2011

 

Sandra:

I'll see If I can do it this weekend. :>)

29 Jan, 2011



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