• Green Wheel
  • Cobweb Buttons
  • Carmen
  • Jade Rose
  • Silver King
  • Red Rubin
  • Red Beauty
  • Purple Beauty
  • Kalinda
  • Oddity
  • 'Green Wheel' Bright sour apple-green that does not change. Small densely packed leaves make a mesmerizing geometric pattern.
  • 'Cobweb Buttons' Green, tightly held rosettes with a frosting of webbing stretched across the tips of every leaf.
  • 'Carmen' Broad green leaves are contrasted sharply by dark red tips.
  • 'Jade Rose' Red, green, or somewhere in between depending on time of year. No matter the color each leaf is tipped with a small white ball of webbing.
  • 'Silver King' A crown of green surrounds a red center created by leaves with a sharp division between red and green.
  • 'Red Rubin' Starting with highlights, it becomes bright as a red-hot poker when it fully turns. Competes with ‘Red Ruby’ for brightest red we sell.
  • 'Red Beauty' Slender pointy leaves start out as a grey-green with strong red tips. As season progress the red will bleed into the leaves becoming almost fully red with grey undertones.
  • 'Purple Beauty' Red suffuses through its broad leaves mixing with glaucous blue tones to create a hazy purple effect.
  • 'Kalinda' Can grow especially large with leaves of many diffuse colors. Often has tones of orange, a rarity in sempervivums.
  • 'Oddity' Our best-selling cultivar is odd, to say the least. It has tubular leaves with a tint of dark red highlighting its quilled tips.

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Thick tough leaves and a heavy taproot makes
them suitable for xeriscaping in the garden.

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Some hens have spade leaves.
Others are more like spears.

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Some hens hold their chicks tightly.
Others let their chicks roam.


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Can’t decide? Choose our ‘Hot Mix’ in 72-cell
trays. Far better than the standard seed mix.
We use our own cuttings to craft a custom mix
of our best and most diverse varieties.