Aeonium spathulatum is another succulent perennial sub-shrub from the Canary Islands. Growing to18 inches with greenish-bronze leaves in rosettes on branched stems. Small daisy like yellow flowers appear in spring to summer.
Very small rosettes that appear at the end of purple to mauve stems. In summer, especially in warmer climates, the terminal rossetes close up to form a a tighten head. A sort of defence mechanism for the new buds.
Aeonium spathulatum var. cruentum is a low growing species to around 25cm foliage tends to a red / green in sunnier positions. Spoon shaped leaves and reddish stems.