Sempervivum Tectorum 10cm Square
Sempervivum Tectorum, or commonly refered to as “Hen and Chicks” or “Houseleek” are small, creeping succulent plants that form tight groups up to 50 cm in diameter. The fleshy rosettes have deep green or bluish green leaves with a reddish or brown tip. They produce suckers (baby plants or chicks) every year and create real tapestries. The flowers can be white, yellow, pink or red and appear at the end of a long peduncle. The mother rosette dies after flowering but produces lateral suckers.
They are used in rockeries, on slopes, in wall cracks and in low and wide pots for balconies, terraces and windows.