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Aeonium urbicum Overview
Also known as Aeonium retusum, this plant forms large 50cm wide rosettes on single stems which are up to 75 cms tall. The rosettes are formed of almost completely rounded, spatula-shaped leaves, which often have reddish outer margins. Flowers are panicles of green-white or pink.
How to propagate Aeonium urbicum
Propagation is by seed in summer or, for the branching species, by stem cuttings in spring or summer.
Other uses of Aeonium urbicum
Grown for its form, foliage and flowers.