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Sempervivum

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  1. April
    $3.75
    Tight, cobwebby rosettes open to smooth green leaves with red center, becoming mostly red in early summer. By the end of summer they are tight cobwebby rosettes again. Winter color and form: Tight, light green rosettes with pink tips. Webbing on leaf tips. 2-4" rosettes. Learn More
  2. in spring
    $3.50
    A fast growing cultivar with dark purple-brown, long tapering leaves. Soon produces a good carpet of rosettes. Winter color and form: Dark purple-red with sharp tips. 4-6" rosettes. Learn More
  3. April
    $3.75
    Light green rosettes open to reveal a deep purple center. Winter form and color: Tight, light green rosettes with fine hairs on the leaf surface. 4-8" rosettes Learn More
  4. Sempervivum 'Apple Blossom'
    $3.75
    Medium size, open rosettes, apple green with shades of pink in full sun. Fine hairs cover the leaf surface, giving it a velvety look. Winter form and color: Green rosettes with a light red blush. 2-4" rosettes Learn More
  5. in spring
    $3.75
    Prolific producer of tight, heavily webbed rosettes that set close to the mother plant. Tight, pink rosettes open to olive green, with heavy webbing and a flush of pink. Soon producing a dense cushion of rosettes. Pale pink flowers 2-4" rosettes. Learn More
  6. July
    $3.75
    Medium to large, smooth, open green rosettes with bright red center. Learn More
  7. Sempervivum 'Averill'
    $3.75
    Blue-green, changing to dark red; narrow foliage. White hair stands out against reddish rosette. Babies produced on 2" stolons. Summer color: Burgundy with green centers. Learn More
  8. Sempervivum 'Baronesse'
    $3.75
    Lime-green rosettes with orange-red blush. Lots of loose webbing on tips. One of the larger 'arachnoid' type sempervivum.
    Limited quantities. Learn More
  9. May
  10. May
    $3.75
    Pea-green rosettes with coral blush and maroon tips.
    Large attractive rosettes, greenish gold with shades of pink and red. Babies are produced on long, 6-8" stolons. Large rosettes; 4-8" Learn More

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