Aeonium undulatum, Saucer Plant, is the largest of all the Aeoniums and is capable of reaching an extraordinary 2m in height and up to 1m across. It has a tall woody stem upon which sits the enormous green rosette with slightly wavy green foliage. It has a tall yellow inflorescence after several years of growth.
Aeonium undulatum requires excellent drainage with a very free-draining substrate. It should be grown in sun or partial shade during the summer months and be brought back inside before the first of the frosts in October to a warm well-lit room for the duration of the winter.
|Synonyms||Aeonium youngianum, Sempervivum youngianum|
|Geographical Origin||Canary Islands: Gran Canaria|
|Cultivation||Warm aspect, sun or partial shade. Well-drained gritty growing medium. Bring indoors for winter where it makes a head-turning houseplant|
|Hardiness||Tender in the UK. It is cold-tolerant and may even take a very light frost but it needs to be brought indoors in winter away from prolonged cold. Ideal in a well-lit room or conservatory|
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