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Aeonium cuneatum

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Aeonium cuneatum is a succulent species of flowering plant in 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 Latin specific epithet cuneatum means "wedge-shaped;" this refers to the shape of the leaves.[1]

Aeonium cuneatum Tenerife 2.jpg

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Aeonium cuneatum: Brief Summary

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Aeonium cuneatum is a succulent species of flowering plant in 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 Latin specific epithet cuneatum means "wedge-shaped;" this refers to the shape of the leaves.

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