Sempervivum Cobweb is named for its unusual web like covering. Cobweb is about one inch wide by three quarters inch high. It produces tiny off shoots at its base looking much like chicks hiding under a henís wings. In time the mother plant will bloom with beautiful rose pink blooms on a thick upright stalk. Then the mother plant fades and dies while the chicks gather strength and grow on to continue the process of new life. The chicks can be pulled up most any time during the growing season and planted in a new location. Excellent in rock walls, between pavers, containers troughs and any site in full sun with good drainage.
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