Aeonium undulatum Webb & Berthel., Hist. Nat. Iles Canaries 2(1): 197 1841. (Syn: Aeonium youngianum Webb & Berthel.; Sempervivum youngianum (Webb & Berthel.) Christ (Unresolved));
Spain – Canary Islands as per GRIN;
Aeonium undulatum, a succulent, evergreen subshrub, is one of the larger species of aeonium with the rosette often over a metre from the ground on a single stem. Other rosettes do not branch off this stem (normally) but grow from the bottom, unlike most aeoniums. The plant is monocarpic so the flowering stem will die when it flowers which is normally after about 5 years.
The specific epithet undulatum comes from the Latin unda, meaning “wave” and refers to the wavy leaves. Synonyms include Sempervivum undulatum and Sempervivum youngianum. The common name “saucer plant” is applied to this and other plants of a similar habit.
In temperate regions this plant is grown under glass.
(From Wikipedia on 28.12.14)
Crassulaceae, Combretaceae and Myrtaceae Fortnight:: Crassulaceae:: Aeonium from CPRI- NS 12 : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (5).
This ornamental was recorded from CPRI in Shimla, I think this be same as posted earlier from HPU campus (NS 10)… Please provide suggestion..
Thanks … means I am not completely wrong in posting them separately.