Aeonium spathulatum grows scattered to abundantly on dry rocks in the forests, and extends to the rocks of the subalpine zone. It also appears on old walls and roofs of houses. It is a succulent shrub, 20-60 cm tall, densely branched. The leaves are obliquely spathulate, sticky, on the back often with red strips. Flowers 8-10th, crown yellow, blooms from March to June. This species is very unpretentious in culture and is also grown in Europe as a room succulent.