The classic 'Cobweb Houseleek'. Small, intensely cob-webbed rosettes.
'The Cob-webbed Houseleek'. Lots of small, intensely hairy rosettes clustered tightly together. A very neat-growing plant which produces short, erect spikes in summer with pink flowers. An easy, reliable plant and weather resistant. A perpetual favourite.
It's small size makes it ideal for troughs or containers of any sort - or any sunny spot where it won't get outgrown by more vigorous neighbours.
The main image shows a plant we have growing on a stone wall. A small piece of plant was pushed between the stones with a handful of soil several years ago. The slightly overhanging stone gives just a little protection from the excessive rain and you can see the plant is very happy here.
Syn. S. arachnoideum 'Laggeri'.
Sent as well-rooted, established plants, still in their pots.