Do you know the name of this species?

by Miguel S
(Portugal)


Hello! I just got back from my vacation in Spain.
There was a beautiful plant in my rented apartment. The leaves look like flowers to me, and it is very different. I 'stole' two of them, and i am trying to find out what they are. I cant find it anywhere on line, and maybe you know what it is.
I took this photo last year, and the small pic just now.
I dont have any picture of a plant with the flower. There was one there this year, but all dried out.
Thank you very much!

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Apr 04, 2016
Frost?
by: Jacki

Wow, Julie, thanks for your comment. I can't grow it outdoors in my area, with intense winter cold, but good to know it can withstand some frost.

Apr 04, 2016
Frost?
by: Jacki

Wow, Julie, thanks for your comment. I can't grow it outdoors in my area, with intense winter cold, but good to know it can withstand some frost.

Apr 04, 2016
This will grow in frost zones as well as drought
by: julie

I live in south east south Australia, we get a lot of frost from mid autumn to mid Spring & Aeonium 'Velour' thrives all year round :)

Sep 01, 2015
Aeonium
by: Jacki

This is one plant that is often grown in places with warm summers and frost free winters and it is native to Tenerife.

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