Sempervivum ‘Glowing Embers’ is an excellent, rosette-framing succulent up to 3 inches (7.5 cm) tall and up to 6 inches (15 cm) in width. It is a standout amongst the most strikingly hued in summer. All bronze in winter, a green heart in spring and shining orange-red tips in summer. The blossoms are rose-red in shading.

Scientific Name:

Sempervivum ‘Glowing Embers’

Scientific Classification

Family: Crassulaceae

Subfamily: Sedoideae

Clan: Sedeae

Class: Sempervivum

Sempervivum 'Glowing Embers'

How to Grow Sempervivum ‘Glowing Embers’

Cultivation: In cultivating Glowing Embers, place the seeds together in layers in a moderately moist peat soil mix to facilitate the germination process. Transplant the emerging matured seedling in a suitable container or patio garden. To repot, make a shallow hole at the center of the pot and place the seedling. Cover with soil and press the firmly to ensure that the newly planted seedling is sturdy in its place. Water the plant lightly and intermittently on a weekly basis to avoid excess moisture that may lead to crown rot.

Soil: Glowing Embers requires lean, well-depleted soil with a mixture of grits, sand and loam.

Exposition: It needs full sun to develop.

Propagation: This charm beauty can be easily proliferated by dividing offsets. Detached the mature offsets from the mother plant and have it transplanted in a suitable container or patio nursery.

Sempervivum 'Glowing Embers'

How to Care For Sempervivum ‘Glowing Embers’

Frost hardy: Glowing Embers endures extremely cold temperatures. USDA hardiness zone 5a to 10a: from −20 °F (−28.9 °C) to 35 °F (+1.7 °C).

Light: It needs a lot of outside daylight to show their best hues and keep up a tight rosette structure. Although it leans toward full sun, afternoon shade will help to prevent sunburn especially in extremely hot temperatures.

Soil: A well-depleting sandy soil is the best for this specific succulent.

Fertilization: There is no need to apply fertilizer.

Pests and Diseases: It is basically resistant to pest however they are susceptible to crown rot if waterlogged.

Remarks: This dashing beauty when seen planted in a gathering presents a really sparkling impact. In pre-summer and late-spring the shading is splendid rose-red, the littler rosettes have a light green center.

Sempervivum 'Glowing Embers'