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.
Sempervivum montanum is a perennial succulent, with naturally occurring plants of green color. For gardeners and collectors displayed a large number of decorative varieties. There are also 6 subspecies of sempervivum montanum, some of which have a yellow leaf tint.
The feature of this species is a smooth transition of colors from the tips of the leaf to its bases. Such transitions create a unique effect. Description The size of the rosette may vary from 1 to 4 inches or more depending on the variety. Leaves smooth without clear color borders.
This species of sempervivum is different from other representatives of the genus, some botanists distinguish it in a separate genus Jovibarba. The average size of the rosettes is 1.5 inches, the maximum size is 3 inches. Plants of this species are mainly green in color, sometimes having dark red leaf tips, and there are varieties …