Aeonium tabuliforme ‘Variegatum’
Aeonium tabuliforme ‘Variegatum’ is a visually striking succulent plant known for its low-growing, flat rosette shape and attractive variegated foliage. Commonly known as the Saucer plant and Variegated Dinner Plate, it is hard to find and highly sought-after succulent. It belongs to the Crassulaceae family and native to Tenerife in the Canary Islands. The leaves have a striking combination of green and creamy white or pale yellow. The variegation can appear in various patterns, such as stripes, mottling, or edging. They have a slightly fleshy texture and are often smooth and glossy. This plant produces tall, slender flower spikes when it reaches maturity, usually in the spring or early summer. The flowers are typically small and have a yellow or greenish-yellow colour. While the flowers are not the main attraction of this plant, they add a subtle touch of beauty.
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