- Sempervivum pittonii
Sempervivum pittonii: Many leaved, hairy rosettes. Grey-green with a well-defined purple tip on the leaf. Cute polka-dotted chicks form a tight colony. Small.
What You Receive
One order = one 2.5" planted pot
Primary Color / Secondary Color
Green / Purple Tip
Maximum Rosette Size
Ideal Light Conditions
Full sun, with filtered shade in late afternoon.
Zone 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Best planted in clusters, Sempervivum throw new offsets (chicks) each spring. Once a plant blooms, it dies, but the chicks carry on for future years, maturing and making their own offsets. Common names are 'Hens & Chicks' and 'Houseleeks'.