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Sempervivum sp., Houseleeks, Hen and Chicks

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 Sempervivum sp.
Family: Crassulaceae
Houseleeks, Hen and Chicks
Origin: Mediterranean
Groundcover and low-growing 2ftFull sunModerate waterPink flowersWhite/off-white flowersOrnamental foliageRed/crimson/vinous flowersYellow/orange flowersSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

Sempervivums are available in many forms and colors, green through browns, yellow, orange, pink and red although they need to be grown in full sun to fully exhibit the different colors. Out of full sun many cultivars tend to end up as a similar green color. Leaves may be glossy or matt, in some cases with a waxy bloom or with downy hairs.

Sempervivums reproduce vegetatively by offsetting around the base of the rosette, often forming a dense cushion. Each offset will develop roots of its own and become independent of the parent plant as the connecting stolon withers. Some Sempervivums produce offsets on the end of long stolons and these root down at a distance from the parent plant, rather than producing a dense clump.


 Sempervivum sp., Houseleeks, Hen and Chicks

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Sempervivum sp., Houseleeks, Hen and Chicks

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Sempervivum sp., Houseleeks, Hen and Chicks

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Sempervivum sp., Houseleeks, Hen and Chicks

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Sempervivum sp., Houseleeks, Hen and Chicks

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Sempervivum sp., Houseleeks, Hen and Chicks

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Sempervivum sp., Houseleeks, Hen and Chicks

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Sempervivum sp., Houseleeks, Hen and Chicks

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Sempervivum sp., Houseleeks, Hen and Chicks

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Sempervivum sp., Houseleeks, Hen and Chicks

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Sempervivum sp., Houseleeks, Hen and Chicks

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Sempervivum sp., Houseleeks, Hen and Chicks

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Sempervivum sp., Houseleeks, Hen and Chicks

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Sempervivum sp., Houseleeks, Hen and Chicks

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Sempervivum globiferum ssp. arenarium
Sempervivum sp., Houseleeks, Hen and Chicks

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Sempervivum sp., Houseleeks, Hen and Chicks

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Sempervivum arachnoideum
Sempervivum sp., Houseleeks, Hen and Chicks

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Sempervivum sp., Houseleeks, Hen and Chicks

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Sempervivum sp., Houseleeks, Hen and Chicks

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Sempervivum Noir
Sempervivum sp., Houseleeks, Hen and Chicks

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Sempervivum sp., Houseleeks, Hen and Chicks

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Sempervivum sp., Houseleeks, Hen and Chicks

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Sempervivum sp., Houseleeks, Hen and Chicks

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Sempervivum sp., Houseleeks, Hen and Chicks

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Sempervivum sp., Houseleeks, Hen and Chicks

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Sempervivum sp., Houseleeks, Hen and Chicks

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Tylecodon sp., Tylecodon

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Tylecodon reticulatus
 Tylecodon sp.
Family: Crassulaceae
Tylecodon
Origin: South Africa
CaudexCan be used for bonsaiLarge shrub 5-10 ftSmall shrub 2-5 ftFull sunModerate waterDry conditionsPink flowersWhite/off-white flowersPoisonous or toxic

Tylecodons range from an inch to over 6 feet in height. Their deciduous succulent leaves arranged in a spiral manner, are produced during the Winter.

Some species of Tylecodon are attractive or intriguing enough to be popular among succulent collectors. Most species are poisonous, with cardiotoxic and cumulatively neurotoxic Bufadienolides, and must be kept away from animals. However, novices have been advised to take precautions against poisoning. For example, some experienced horticulturists wear gloves when handling the plants.


 Tylecodon sp., Tylecodon

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Tylecodon paniculatus

Tylecodon sp., Tylecodon

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Tylecodon sp., Tylecodon

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Tylecodon racemosus
Tylecodon sp., Tylecodon

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Tylecodon buchholzianus
Tylecodon sp., Tylecodon

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Tylecodon buchholzianus
Tylecodon sp., Tylecodon

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Tylecodon wallichii
Tylecodon sp., Tylecodon

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Tylecodon reticulatus


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