100 (200)cm, a moderately offsetting and a rather large species (up to 2m in height) from Tenerife, commonly seen in the Anaga region on the eastern part of the island. It shows large, dome shaped inflorescences of pure white flowers in June/July. Many hybrids between this species and Aeonium urbicum have been reported from the wild, this is the real species with non-pubescent (i.e. hairless) flowering branches. Original collection may descend from a large population at Cabeza de Tejo (840m).