Aeonium castello-paivae is a succulent plant with rosettes of green leaves with pink margins when grown in full sun. It is a small many branched compact evergreen subshrub to 10 to 12 inches tall by about twice as wide with 3 to 4 inch wide.
Aeonium castello-paivae cv. variegata, also known as Aeonium cv. Suncup, is a most delightful evergreen, variegated cultivars with succulent rosettes, in pale green splashed with creamy white, forming compact clumps to about 30 cm tall and wide, and has been erroneously sold in the past under the name of Aeonium cv. Abbey Brook. It’s also being distributed as Aeonium torulosum (not a valid name.). It is one of the smaller species of aeonium but produces multiple offsets. With Aeonium “Suncup” almost every offset is different.