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Aeonium cuneatum
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Aeonium cuneatum is a succulent species of flowering plant of the family Crassulaceae. It has a large leaf rosette and no stem. The leaves are smooth but have a grey shine to the upper surface which can be rubbed. It offshoots easily which makes a large group of Aeoniums across the ground. The flower is yellow and more open than the flowers of some other Aeonium species.

The specific epithet comes from Latin, and means "wedge-shaped;" this refers to the shape of the leaves.[1]

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Aeonium cuneatum: Brief Summary
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Aeonium cuneatum is a succulent species of flowering plant of the family Crassulaceae. It has a large leaf rosette and no stem. The leaves are smooth but have a grey shine to the upper surface which can be rubbed. It offshoots easily which makes a large group of Aeoniums across the ground. The flower is yellow and more open than the flowers of some other Aeonium species.

The specific epithet comes from Latin, and means "wedge-shaped;" this refers to the shape of the leaves.

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