30 (50)cm, from Aeonium urbicum recently separated by Bañares Baudet, Á in 1999. A monocarpic, new species reaching up to 50cm, sometimes more, in height. Native of La Gomera, where it occurs rather locally in rocky spots in full sun in the southern central parts. Makes a large single rosette (up to 40cm ø) of shiny, glaucous green, long spathulate leaves on a short, grayish white, broad stem. Large flattened cylindrical to conical, white to greenish rose inflorescence from June through July. Barranco de Guarimar (Mount Vegavera), 820m.