• Sempervivum

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    A Wide Choice of Colors and Styles
  • SEM Hot Mix

    Sempervivum Hot Mix

    A Creek Hill CUSTOM MIX of named varieties with different colors, patterns, and textures to bring out the fullest color contrast.
    Available in trays of 72 and 21 count
  • Sempervivum Dynamo

    Sempervivum ‘Dynamo’

    A dramatic BICOLOR Sempervivum with fiery orange and yellow tones.
    The pattern stays, but it shifts between a dark and bright version.
  • Sempervivum Silverine

    Sempervivum ‘Silverine’

    More like the spokes on a wheel, OPEN ROSETTES have longer, more sparsely spaced leaves. As a result, Silverine looks more daisy-like.
    Small differences in FORM like size, length, and density of leaves are magnified by the plant’s radial symmetry and the presence of chicks.
  • Sempervivum piloseum

    Sempervivum piloseum

    A TIGHT ROSETTE packs shorter leaves around the hidden stem, which showcases the Sempervivum pattern. It’s a form that somewhat resembles a sunflower swirl.
    Small differences in FORM like size, length, and density of leaves are magnified by the plant’s radial symmetry and the presence of chicks.
  • Sempervivum braunii

    Sempervivum braunii

    Braunii MASSES its rosettes by generating lots of chicks, piling into a group rather than featuring a large dominant hen. Others send out only one or two large pups.
    Small differences in FORM like size, length, and density of leaves are magnified by the plant’s radial symmetry and the presence of chicks.
  • Sempervivum Killer

    Sempervivum ‘Killer’

    ‘Killer’ starts with CENTER STAINING. The red core forms a glowing heart. Some varieties keep a sharp two-tone edge between the red and green, while others blend their colors as they change.
    PATTERNS of most Sempervivums change with the seasons, waxing and waning from either the center or the tips.
  • Sempervivum Kimono

    Sempervivum ‘Kimono’

    ‘Kimono’ STAINS INWARD. The dark tips create changing picotee edges that trace the outlines of the leaves, highlighting the spear or spade-shaped tip of each leaf.
    PATTERNS of most Sempervivums change with the seasons, waxing and waning from either the center or the tips.
  • Sempervivum Mont Ventoux

    Sempervivum ‘Mont Ventoux’

    ‘Mont Ventoux’ keeps its TIP STAIN IN PLACE, remaining constant as the seasons change.
    PATTERNS of most Sempervivums change with the seasons, waxing and waning from either the center or the tips.
  • Sempervivum Peggy

    Sempervivum ‘Peggy’

    A RED like ‘Peggy’ is probably the most desirable color. Red can vary from bright candy red to deep burgundy. Oftentimes, the red changes to purple or green with the seasons.
    Bright, saturated colors make individual plants stand out and great mixes pop. Most colors cycle through hues and intensity with age and seasonal changes.
  • SEM Limelight

    Sempervivum ‘Limelight’

    GREEN has a wide range from the lime of ‘Limelight’ to the mint of ‘Mont Ventoux’ to the olive of ‘Kalinda’. Other colors build upon the foundation set by green.
    Bright, saturated colors make individual plants stand out and great mixes pop. Most colors cycle through hues and intensity with age and seasonal changes.
  • SEM Hart

    Sempervivum ‘Hart’

    Sempervivums with GRAY HUES like ‘Hart’ have a refined powdery coating to soften their color. Sometimes hints of blue or tones of purple appear.
    Bright, saturated colors make individual plants stand out and great mixes pop. Most colors cycle through hues and intensity with age and seasonal changes.
  • SEM Oddity

    Sempervivum ‘Oddity’

    The TUBULAR LEAVES of ‘Oddity’ are not usually seen in Sempervivum. These quilled leaves grow much like a pincushion and the tips are usually open.
    These are the fun ones. Some cultivars just stand out as different, going beyond color or pattern with a dramatic quirk.
  • SEM Nelda

    Sempervivum ‘Nelda’

    The FUZZY hens of ‘Nelda’ have extra texture with fine hair completely coating the plant and frosting the purple tips.
    These are the fun ones. Some cultivars just stand out as different, going beyond color or pattern with a dramatic quirk.
  • SEM Black

    Sempervivum ‘Black’

    ‘Black’ is a COLOR CHANGER. Dark tips progress during the year, lightly staining the edges. The plant eventually grows black with a green heart in the center, then reverts back to mostly green.
    These are the fun ones. Some cultivars just stand out as different, going beyond color or pattern with a dramatic quirk.
  • Sempervivum
  • SEM Hot Mix
  • Sempervivum Dynamo
  • Sempervivum Silverine
  • Sempervivum piloseum
  • Sempervivum braunii
  • Sempervivum Killer
  • Sempervivum Kimono
  • Sempervivum Mont Ventoux
  • Sempervivum Peggy
  • SEM Limelight
  • SEM Hart
  • SEM Oddity
  • SEM Nelda
  • SEM Black
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