50 – Sempervivum Cuttings.
Sempervivum cuttings will start to form roots once they are planted. Sizes range from 1″ and larger. Many of the chicks already have roots this year.
The colors of Sempervivums are always changing and for many different reasons. Fertilizer, amount of sunlight they receive, and even the time of year will vary the colors. Enjoy the many shades of each variety. Spring and summer have the most vibrant colors while the fall and winter will have more muted shades
Place the rosette on moist soil and water weekly or when the soil is dry to the touch.
Varieties are growers choice.
Sempervivums are hardy to Zones 3 – 9. Full Sun to part shade.