Nature, Photography Flower Portrait: Aeonium Zwartkop Posted by Heyjude on September 28, 2022September 29, 2022 Share this:EmailFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsAppLike this:Like Loading... Related
Oooh! Quite statuesque.
They have enjoyed the warmer weather this year. Time almost to bring them inside, they’re not fond of the wet.
I like that dark colour. Is is a Succulent?
Best wishes, Pete. x
It is indeed. They’ll be moved indoors soon, but it has been a good summer for them.
I didn’t realise that’s what it’s called and have just got one. I love their flowers.
I don’t think it will ever flower for me, but they do in some of the more sheltered gardens here.
Perhaps I’ve got something similar but different, then, since people have them in the sun here, and they flower in winter.
I have seen then flowering over on St Michael’s Mount, but my garden is too exposed and not warm enough even in a hot summer like we have had.
I like these. A lot! But I don’t actually have one.
Well you could certainly grow them and leave outside all year.
Absolutely! Next time we’re at the garden centre…
The colour combination on the leaves is lovely. I thought I had lost mine, as the plants fell over during the heavy rains we had, but they have come back and are starting to look lovely again.
We have a couple of these in pots back home on the West Coast – such a beautiful plant!
And easy to propagate when they get too leggy.
I’ve seen these many times but I never knew they had such an unusual name.
Lots of Aeoniums, but these are the most dramatic, though I think there is another very dark one.
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