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Most probably a variegated cultivar of A. davidbramwellii.


Rudolf Schulz writes : “… the reversion of this plant is very much like A. davidbramwellii, with rosettes growing up to 400 mm in diameter, well beyond anything that A. decorum could manage” (Aeonium in habitat and cultivation, 2007, p. 152).

In 1993 incorrectly offered by ISI (n° 93-20) as Aeonium decorum ‘Sunburst’, published in Cactus and Succulent Journal 65(2) : 57, 74. (Mar-Apr) 1993.

Photos Noelene Tomlinson

Photo Thomas Delange

Photo Eduardo Carbonell

Photos Christophe Camassel

Plants: Weltevrede Succulent Nursery, South Africa

Photos Jacquie Koutsoudis

Photos Bern Foo

The name of the cristate form is Aeonium 'Spreading Sun' published by Harry Mak in Photo album of succulents in color 3: 78 (Mar 2003).

Photos Noelene Tomlinson

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