Synonyms : Sempervivum haworthii (Webb & Berthelot) Salm-Dyck ex Christ (1888) Aeonium volkeri E.Hernández & Bañares (1996) Section Leuconium Distribution : Canary Islands (Nothern Tenerife: massifs of Anaga and Teno); to 1000 m. Description (according to R. Nyffeler in IHSP, 2003) : Perennial densely branched shrublets to 60 cm. Branches ascending or pendent, tortuous, 3 – 6 mm in diameter, glabrate, ± reticulate. Rosettes 6 – 11 cm in diameter, rather flattish, inner leaves ± erect Leaves 3 – 5.5 x 1.5 – 3 cm, 2.5 – 4 mm thick, obovate, apically acute, caudate, basally cuneate, often rather strongly glaucous, glabrous, margin with curved cilia (0.4 – 0.8 mm), green or yellowish green, often reddish variegated. Inflorescences lax, semiglobose, 6 – 16 x 6 – 16 cm, peduncle 1 – 9 cm, pedicels 2 – 12 mm, glabrous. Flowers 7- to 9-merous, sepals glabrous, petals 7 – 9 x 1.2 – 1.8 mm, lanceolate, acuminate, pale yellow to whitish, pinkish variegated, filaments glabrate to sparsely puberulent. http://www.crassulaceae.ch/de/artikel?akID=22&aaID=2&aiID=H&aID=3039

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