There are never too many beautiful plants, especially when it comes to Hens And Chicks. There are a huge number of different colors, shapes, and sizes of this succulent. Variety size and color greatly affect their property multiply.
Sempervivum holds a special place in my garden. There are about two hundred varieties of this beautiful plant in my collection. Every year in the spring, I never cease to be amazed at the variety of colors and variability of these plants. It seems that the variety has stable characteristics, but each spring, it is …
Sempervivum is such a popular plant that even people who do not have a garden want to grow it. Many people ask: Can Hens and Chicks grow indoors? I will try to answer this and other questions in detail in this article. For the sake of convenience, I have created this post as tips to …
There are two main ways of propagation sempervivum vegetative (daughter plants) and generative (by seeds). I tried two of these ways and want to share my experience with you and give you some tips.
In nature, many plants can be dangerous for humans and various animals. Some of these plants are grown in the garden as ornamental plants. There are even such people who grow poisonous plants indoors. Today we find out if Hens & Chicks are poisonous.
As you may already know, sempervivum is a drought-resistant plant, it can accumulate water in the leaves and does not require frequent watering. These guidelines are full of the Internet, but this is not entirely true. Hens and Chicks can do without water for a long time, but it will not grow vigorously in drought.
Many years ago, I started growing sempervivum, during which time I had a lot of experience on how to do it better. Today we’ll talk about how much sunlight Hens and Chicks needs, whether this plant can tolerate shade, and we’ll discuss a few other issues.
Here is the time to discuss wintering sempervivum. Some gardeners doubt that this gentle succulent can withstand severe frost since its “brothers” of haworthia and echeveria are unable to withstand the cold.
Jovibarba (Sempervivum) heuffelii is unique among the genus sempervivum, such unique colors have no other species. Due to the fact that the color of these plants persists throughout the season and the complexity of reproduction, these plants are rare among collectors.