These photos were taken August 3rd, 2019.
We call this Aeonium Saundersii in the US, although in Korea these go by 'Adodes.' The common name is actually 'martian heads,' but they don't look alien to me, they look like closed cherry blossoms on a bonsai tree. This cluster is one of the largest we've had, measuring in at approximately 5" across at its widest point. She has about 18 blossoms and older roots. She is dormant right now, but should open up in the fall.
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