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This Aeonium cuneatum is a very special plant. It is native to the Canary Isles and therefore very drought tolerant. Despite needing very little water it must produce plenty of nectar as the bees love its flower which is spectacular. The Rosettes seems to need to be a certain size in order fro it to flower. It is easy to propagate by snapping off one of the rosettes and putting it into sandy compost and keeping it watered.

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