Sempervivum 'Red Devil'
The Sempervivium genus, also known as houseleek or ‘Hens and Chicks, is a popular garden plant, as it's
– so so easy to grow;
– as tough as tough can be, come cold, drought or heat!
– sculptural foliage in rosettes of succulent leaves;
– and, finally, an incredible wealth of varieties.
The foliage of the Sempervivum 'Red Devil’ hybrid is a brick red colour.
We grow this succulent in the sun in a rock garden, in a trough or alpine greenhouse in poor, gravelly, dry and well-drained soil.
Too much damp in winter is bad for the foliage. Combined with a harsh frost it can kill the plant.
- 0,5L pot
- Hardiness zones : zone 7-10
- Height: less than 10 cm
- Plant spacing: 30 cm
- Flower colour:
- Flowering period:
An unusual type of houseleek with very thick...£4.09
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A plant with eight names!£3.29
An interesting, medium-sized houseleek with blue pink foliage£3.29
Large rounded, slightly downy, silvery-green rosettes£3.29
Tight rosettes with silver highlights£3.99
A dense clump of small fleshy, apple green rosettes with brownish tips.£3.29
A generous platform of wide rosettes of succulent leaves which have a bright purple-red hue in the summer£3.29
A spidery cobweb plant!£3.29
or Jovibarba hirta£3.29
or Jovibarba hirta glabrescens£3.29
Common Houseleek, Jove's beard£3.99