Sempervivum tectorum

Native to Southern Eruope from about 200 to 2800 m, it has neat stolinferous rosettes with a red hue, and ciliate ("Hairy") leaf margins. It naturally grows in rocky outcrops and cliffs, but it became well known in ancient times since it was typically found on roofs, hence the name "tectorum", meaning "of the roofs"

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Native to Southern Eruope from about 200 to 2800 m, it has neat stolinferous rosettes with a red hue, and ciliate ("Hairy") leaf margins. It naturally grows in rocky outcrops and cliffs, but it became well known in ancient times since it was typically found on roofs, hence the name "tectorum", meaning "of the roofs"
Cultivation Protected
Plant origin Europe
Presentation Potted Plant
Max. Size 0cm-10cm
Botanical family Crassulaceae
Light Sun
Minimum winter temperature -20 ºC to -10 ºC
Flowering Season Spring
Plant type Woody
Color Red
Color Green
Care Low-maintenance
Shape Trees