Sempervivum ‘Rojin’ is an historic garden plant with succulent foliage that changes dramatically throughout the year. It will forms rosettes of smooth, bright red leaves, shading to darker at the tips and green toward the center in winter. In summer, the leaves range in color from olive green to rich burgundy, and everything in between. The name ‘Rojin’ means “aged man” in Japanese. Hens & Chicks grow best in well-drained, gravelly soil that is not wet in winter. They are drought tolerant, requiring little water once established. Great in containers and rock gardens.