Top 12 Succulents for Home Gardens: Sempervivum

The Sempervivum can be more cold-hardy than the Echeveria counterparts, making it an excellent choice for the Central Coast.

The colors and shapes vary widely, but all of them spread by forming tiny off-shoots from parent rosettes, called "hens and chicks".

Some varieties form intricate filaments such as found in the 'Cobweb Buttons' (Sepervivum arachnoideum).

Sempervivum 'Hens and Chicks"

'Cobweb Buttons'