Description: Aeonium puntallanense is the provisional name given to this unpublished and not yet validated new species from the island La Palma. Plants shows strong connections to Aeonium davidbramwellii & Aeonium pseudourbricum.
This is a stand out and very impressive species developing a massive head of 60cm wide or more! This is a non-branching species and will only form a single head on a single stem.
Plant Care: This is a SUPER tough species and will handle full sun very well. Grow plants in a well drained, sunny location to bring out the best colours. Plants are best grown in the ground to really show their true size and potential.
Origins & Distribution: Canary Islands (La Palma)
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- Plants for sale are displayed in 70mm pots. You will receive the same or similar plant as in this photo. Please use this as a guide to the size of the plants available for purchase.
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