Hens and chicks have old-time charm and unbeatable hardiness. These little succulents are known for their sweet rosette form and numerous offsets or “chicks.” But do hens and chicks plants bloom? Find the answer in this article.
Hens-and-chicks are a lot like potato chips -- you cant stop with just one. These adorable, ground-hugging plants come in a wide assortment of shapes, sizes, and colors so they are super collectible. Each plant (the hen) sends out babies (the chicks) on
Hens And Chicks, The Succulent That Keeps On Giving
Perennial: should be potted. Hens and chicks are members of the Sempervivum group of succulent plants. They are commonly called houseleeks and grow well indoors and out. Read here for tips on growing hens and chicks.
How to Take Care of Hens and Chicks Plants in the Winter
Hens-and-Chicks A perfect companion for sedums, hens-and-chicks is an excellent succulent for the rock garden, stone wall, or crevice in the sidewalk. Name: Sempervivum Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Size: 4 inches tall Zones: