Dark purple houseleek tree - Aeonium arboreum ’Atropurpureum’
For a long time this beautiful cultivar with deep red-purple leaves, has been considered a variety of the Aeonium arboretum (Saxifragales - Crassulaceae). It now seems that it comes from the Canary islands, thus it then cannot be a cultivar of A. arboreum, since A. arboreum doesn’t come from there. The latest theory is that it is a cultivar from A. manriqueorum.
Other common names: Black rose, Black Beauty, Black Tree Aeonium.
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Photo credit: ©S.J. Marshall | Locality: Old Vicarage Gardens, East Ruston, Norfolk, England (2008)