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  • noun Plural form of aeonium.

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Examples

  • The true glories of the Canarian flora, though, are the echiums and aeoniums.

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  • The true glories of the Canarian flora, though, are the echiums and aeoniums.

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  • Today, the walls are studded with red-fleshed aloes, succulent blue chalk fingers, and round green rosettes of aeoniums.

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  • The true glories of the Canarian flora, though, are the echiums and aeoniums.

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  • The true glories of the Canarian flora, though, are the echiums and aeoniums.

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  • The echeverias and aeoniums with their rosette forming foliage are also good choices.

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  • Packed with ideas for urban plots, the garden opens under the National Gardens Scheme on 27 June, but before then, Martyn will have to replace his treasured collection of aeoniums which succumbed to the winter freeze.

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  • The true glories of the Canarian flora, though, are the echiums and aeoniums.

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  • Kamb and Leon have brought back ornamentals from events they catered; their surprisingly drought-tolerant front-yard sod was salvaged from a wedding in Woodside, and containers here and there hold aeoniums and other succulents that were table decor.

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  • Kamb and Leon have brought back ornamentals from events they catered; their surprisingly drought-tolerant front-yard sod was salvaged from a wedding in Woodside, and containers here and there hold aeoniums and other succulents that were table decor.

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