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Aeonium

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Aeonium succulents form rosettes of leaves at the end of the leafless stem which takes on the appearance of a branch. Flowers are usually in the form of pendant racemes and are typically yellows. Leaves can be green or almost black.
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Lewisia

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Alpine rock plant. Evergreen succulent rosettes with showy flowers over a long period. This is probably the best cultivar for repeat blooming throughout the growing season
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Sempervivum

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Succulent-leafed rock plant with spiked rosette form. Flowers with unusual thick tall conical spike of greenish pink flowers emerges from the centre of the rosette. Good for groundcover
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Sedum

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Drought-tolerant plant with blue-green rosettes of succulent foliage and tiny bright pink flowers. Attracts butterflies and insects. Sedum (D) has varigated leaves and (G) has red leaves (H) wild (I) rock sedum with rosettes (L) a compact new dark foliage sedum