Sempervivum dolomiticum x montanumUpdated a year ago
Sempervivum dolomiticum x montanum
- Spunky hybrid of two wild species that makes a great garden plant for its vigor and prolificacy
- Unique, spiky look from extra narrow, pointed leaves that stand upright or curl inwards into a ball
- Green rosettes get bright red highlights at their leaf tips that spread and deepen to full burgundy through winter
- Sprouts piles of "chicks" or offsets on long, hot pink stolons, with the colony developing into a bumpy cluster
Hardy to -20°F (Zone 5)
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