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Aeonium lindleyi
Scientific Name: Aeonium lindleyi Webb & Berth.
Synonym: Sempervivum lindleyi
Family: Crassulaceae
Aeonium  lindleyi
Aeonium lindleyi at the Boyce-Thompson Arboretum
Recommended Temperature Zone:
USDA: 10-11

Frost Tolerance: Hardy to 30F (-1C)

Minimum Avg. Temperature: 50F (10C)

Heat Tolerance: Questionable, needs light shade to shade in summer in Phoenix

Sun Exposure: Light shade

Origin: Canary Islands (La Palma, Tenerife)

Growth Habits: Dense bush, up to 12 inches tall (30 cm), hairy sticky leaves

Watering Needs: Infrequent deep watering

Propagation: Cuttings, seeds

Copyright Peter en Gerda van der Puyl

Cultural Practices:
Keep cool and on the dry side during its dormant season in summer. The growing season is in spring.

Blooming Habits:
The Aeonium lindleyi has golden-yellow flowers. The rosette that produced the flowers dies after blooming.

Fruiting Habits:

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