- Cotyledon greenei
- Dudleya echeverioides
- Dudleya hoffmanii
- Dudleya regalis
- Echeveria greenei
Common names are Greene’s Liveforever, Greene’s dudleya.
-D. greenei is native of the Channel Islands (California).
-Dudleya greenei is a plant formed by a short caudex and rosette of succulent leaves (up to 11 cm long). The rosette, composed of 20 to 35 leaves, is up to 15 cm in diameter. The foliage and the pendacle bearing the inflorescence are green or pink. Flowers are usually yellowish.
-D. greenei needs no water during summer, and drought will lead the plant to dormancy. It will reawake in autum, with the first rains/watering. Use very well draining soil. It blooms in spring/summer.
-It is propagated by seeds or cuttings.
-Species of the Dudleya genus can live as long as 50 to 100 years!
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