Greenovia aurea
‘Gran Canaria Form’
“Mountain Roses"
 
Greenovia aurea ‘Gran Canaria Form’ “Mountain Roses"Greenovia aurea ‘Gran Canaria Form’ “Mountain Roses"

Yes, we do love our incredibly rare Greenovias here at the nursery. Endemic to the cliffs of the Canary Islands, they make perfectly round & dense, 6” rosettes of emerald green overlapping leaves looking much like those roses you drew when you were a kid. Happy & unusual for the edge of a bed, in a container or tucked into rock walls, they spread a bit by side rosettes & look super combined with low matting dark succulent Sedum ‘Voodoo’ & Delosperma nubiginum. Showy, frilly, lemon yellow daisy clusters on sturdy stalks appear after a year or two. Best in well-drained soil with some afternoon shade in hotter areas. Can be grown indoors, too!  

Annie

Sun-Pt. Sun
Avg./Low Water

Succulent
USDA Zones 9b-11