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Beach contemporary design featuring custom succulent wall planters, drought tolerant plants, permeable paving, fruit trees and outdoor rooms

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harrisonfarms wrote:Jun 24, 2016
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    Hello, they are both in the Aeonium family. The one with the pink edges is Aeonium 'Sunburst'. The brownish one may be Aeonium 'Cyclops'.

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Annie Thornton added this to Plant These 12 Succulents for Instant Impact in ContainersApr 14, 2017

1. Aeonium(Aeonium spp.)These grand dames of the succulent world look like saucer-sized flowers in garden beds. Most are native to the Canary Islands, with fleshy leaves that vary from yellow (Aeonium ‘Sunburst’), shown here, to dark red (Aeonium ‘Cyclops’).Aeoniums can get leggy after a few years. Cut them back anytime other than in summer, leaving a few inches below each rosette, and allow the cutting to dry out before replanting it in dry soil.

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