100 (200)cm, large, branching shrub with leaf rosettes of maximum 30cm in diameter with long, light green spathulate leaves and slightly orange margins under sunny conditions. The large light yellow, flattened dome shaped inflorescences appear in July/August. A very showy species ! Some populations from La Palma with dry leaves which will remain at the stem for a long time have been misinterpreted as this species. In fact they make a clearly separated species (Aeonium vestitum, see below). Plants offered here correspond to a real Aeonium holochrysum population on Tenerife, Valle de la Orotava on the North side of this island at 400m.