These photos were taken on Sunday, August 4th, 2019.
I have one more Adodes cluster. This one also has about 17 heads, this is a mature plant. She's not super colorful right now, she has shed some of her bing cherry outerleaves over the summer, but she will put those back on before the spring (depending on your climate of course).
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 measuring in at 5" across and has sparse roots from the cultivating farm.
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