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sferguson72
Apr 17, 2018 11:35 AM CST
How old are these plants? Each is beautiful ! The aeoniums I love! How small were they when you started?
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Baja_Costero
Apr 17, 2018 12:23 PM CST
Thank you. Those plants went into the ground about 2-3 years ago. They were in 8 or 10 inch pots at the time. The Dudleyas were about a year old (brittonii) or 2-3 years old (virens). The Euphorbias 3-4 years old, the Aeoniums 1-2 years old. Here is a closeup of the Sunburst in bud.

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And here is another part of that garden with a variety of Aeoniums that we planted a year earlier. The Aeoniums require zero water once they are established so they are pretty popular for landscaping locally.

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This has been an unusually dry year (half our normal rainfall) so most of the Aeoniums are not flowering much.
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