The Sock recently commented that despite someone on GOTY saying that aeoniums looked dreadful in winter hers looked fabulous all year round!
Not any more.... the one in the picture is the Sock's pride and joy and was planted in a sunken pot in the front gravel garden. The Sock woke up to a frost filled morning to find the aeonium was about to bite the dust. It has now been moved indoors leaving the Sock with a wrenched back because the sunken mesh pot didn't come out easily and the plant was heavy and enormous to manoeuvre through the house.
What does the Sock do now? Those front flowering stems look very sorry for themselves. Will they recover? Should the Sock chop the bowed stems down a bit and hope they all resprout multiple heads? Help!!!!!