I just pruned my Aeonium canariense, and have lots of cuttings ready for you to plant, most even with roots. Here is a photo of the type of plant:
This is a succulent that makes rosettes at the end of sturdy stems, grows about 2’ high. Needs decent drainage (in a container, at the top of a slope, in a raised bed, for example). Dappled light is OK, though the red edges develop better with direct sun in our area.
They look a little scruffy now, but once they are planted and the weather cools off, they will grow right out of it!
South PA. In your email, let me know when you can pick up, and how many cuttings you want. I have about a dozen all told.