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Aeonium davidbramwellii
Scientific Name: Aeonium davidbramwellii H.Y. Liu
Synonym: Aeonium ciliatum ssp. praegeri, Aeonium ciliatum var. palmensis
Family: Crassulaceae
Aeonium  davidbramwellii Recommended Temperature Zone:
USDA: 9b-11

Frost Tolerance: Hardy to 28F (-2C) or a little less for short periods

Minimum Avg. Temperature: 50F (10C)

Heat Tolerance: Very questionable in Phoenix, avoid direct sun in summer

Sun Exposure: Light shade

Origin: Canary Islands (endemic to La Palma)

Growth Habits: Succulent rosettes, up to 20 inches tall (50 cm), 4 inches in diameter (10 cm)

Watering Needs: Moderate water, tolerant of humidity in winter, but needs good drainage


This species is very similar but more compact than the Aeonium ciliatum from Tenerife. It has dark green leaves with reddish brown margins. It can be encountered in partially shaded rocky soils in open pine forest.

Blooming Habits:
The Aeonium davidbramwellii has broad clusters of white reddish flowers.

Fruiting Habits:

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