Sempervivum ‘Jade Rose’ is a dance, perennial succulent with striking rosettes of light green and purple leaves. They are frequently green in the inside and on the external edges while deep rosy darker in the center. The color gradually progress green on the closures of the leaves as summer approaches. Bigger rosettes reach up to 5 inches (12.5 cm) in width, creating littler rosettes to frame a thick, attractive colony.

It is ideal for blended holders, shake gardens, as a group as a ground cover, or to edge a pathway. It is evergreen in mild winter territories.

Scientific Name:

Sempervivum ‘Jade Rose’

Scientific Classification

Family: Crassulaceae

Subfamily: Sedoideae

Clan: Sedeae

Class: Sempervivum

Sempervivum 'Jade Rose' "Hens and Chicks"

How to Grow Sempervivum ‘Jade Rose”‘ “Hens and Chicks”

Cultivation: Jade Rose can be developed from the seed. Plant this Sempervivum succulent in a moderately moist soil with satisfactory drainage to enhance the germination process. After 2 weeks or so, transplant the seedlings in a container or rock garden.Water lightly and intermittently, just make sure to let the plant dries its root before watering it again. Water only as needed.

Soil: This Sempervivum beauty can easily grow in lean, well-drained porous mixture of gritty-loam soil.

Exposition: It needs full sun exposure in its growing stage. It is tolerates heat.

Propagation: Like other Sempervivums, it can be easily propagated from seeds and offsets. The simplest way to propagate this beauty is to detach the offsets from the mother hen and repot it in individual containers. Dig a hole and place the detached offsets in it. Cover the hole with soil and thump it away to make sure that it stays on its place. Water the newly planted offset and allow it to dry then water only as needed.

Sempervivum 'Jade Rose' "Hens and Chicks"

How to Care For Sempervivum ‘Jade Rose”‘ “Hens and Chicks”

Frost hardy: It tolerates frost under USDA hardiness zones 4a to 10a: from −30 °F (−34.4 °C) to 35 °F (+1.7 °C).

Light: It leans towards full sun to partial shade.

Soil: Thrives best in poor soil that drains well. Prefer sandy loam soil mix with good seepage characteristics.

Fertilization: No fertilizer needed.

Pests and Diseases: It is typically resistant to common insect infestations.

Remarks: Flourishes in lean, quick depleting, gravelly or rough soils. Shading may change occasionally. Best shading in full sun; cover from brutal sun introduction in most sizzling summer districts. Water consistently amid first developing season to set up root framework; when set up, diminish recurrence. Maintain a strategic distance from overabundance winter dampness. Treat softly in spring. These plants can endure when developed inside, however they put their best self forward when become outside.

Sempervivum 'Jade Rose' "Hens and Chicks"