Also known as “Tree houseleek”, Aeonium is a genus of around 35 species within the crassula (crassulaceae) family. They are available in a wide variety of sizes and colours and are identified by their thick, woody stem and waxy leaves that grow as rosettes or “pinwheels”. Aeonium’s are native to the Canary Islands and coastal areas of North Africa. These succulents are drought tolerant and whilst they do flower their leafy rosettes provide a year round stunning foliage display that can compete with any rose garden (but with way less work).