Aeonium sedifolium is a perennial flowering plant in the stonecrop family Crassulaceae. The plant is native to the western Canary Islands of Tenerife, La Gomera and La Palma. The plant grows in full sun or partial shade on eroded volcanic soil.
Aeonium sedifolium is a perennial densely branched shrublets to 40 cm. It can be easily identified by its dense, dwarf habit and very small shinny sticky leaves marked with crimson lines at the apex. Its inflorescence is a little bundle of small, golden yellow flowers that bloom from April to May. Aeonium sedifolium is the smallest-leaved Aeonium commonly in cultivation. 'Sedifolium' comes from 'Sedum', which is another genus in Crassulaceae family, and 'folius', meaning "foliage", i.e. possessing leaves similar to sedum.