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Sempervivum ‘Urmina’ – Hens & Chicks (3.5″ Pot)

$7.49

Sempervivum ‘Urmina’ is a distinct variety of Hens and Chicks featuring eye-catching burgundy rosettes with green centers. The leaves will become tinged in shades of gold in bright sunlight. The tips are covered in fine cilia, giving it an extra fuzzy look.

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Sempervivum ‘Urmina’ is a distinct variety of Hens and Chicks featuring eye-catching burgundy rosettes with green centers. The leaves will become tinged in shades of gold in bright sunlight. The tips are covered in fine cilia, giving it an extra fuzzy look.

What are Sempervivum? Sempervivum means “always alive”. They are commonly called Hens & Chicks as the Mother, or Hen will send out Babies, or Chicks to quickly multiply and create a beautiful patch of succulent bliss. Sempervivum are monocarpic and will expire after blooming, although the Chicks will quickly fill in the space left by the Mother. These plants are almost always changing color, so don’t be surprised if they look completely different through the seasons.

Where do they thrive? Hens & Chicks grow best in well-drained, gravelly soil that is not wet in winter. ‘Wet feet’ may cause the plant to rot. They are drought tolerant once established. Great in containers and rock gardens, including small crevices or spaces with limited soil.

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