Aeonium arboreum is an evergreen succulent with showy rosettes of shiny, fleshy, spoon-shaped, apple-green leaves at the end of sausage-like branches. Attractive when not blooming, this Aeonium is particularly striking when it produces bright golden racemes of small, star-shaped flowers in late winter to early spring.
You should only water your Aeoniums when the top layer of soil feels pretty dry. You’ll probably end up watering them about once a week. During the summer months, when they’re dormant, you should cut back on the water. Watering them once a month should be enough during the summer.