The Greenovia diplocycla gigantea is almost too pretty to be real! Also known as an Aeonium diplocycla gigantea, it forms spiraling rosettes of soft bluish-green rounded leaves about 18” across – huge in the world of Greenovias. This one has been stressed to show a beautiful dusty pink lavender outer leaves. Under drought conditions, the leaves close into a tight, cool looking ball. It can take years to bloom & it does die afterward, but that’s no problem as it will have already created offsets for your future enjoyment. The flowers are yellow. This succulent is a garden cultivator taken from other Greenovias native to Canary Islands. It has a few babies already forming!
This succulent is 1 3/4 inches in diameter and 2 inches tall.
USDA hardiness zone 9a to 11b: from 20 °F to 50 °F
Succulent will be shipped bare root.