From a dark, even red colour in early spring, the colours develop into a stronger red with a slightly mottled appearance. The outer leaves turn green/ochre in summer creating a bright red eye in the centre. Smallish rosettes with small, thick leaves.
An exceptional plant - it had to be, as it was named after a famed authority on Sempervivums. It was voted Semp of the Year in 2009.
Bred by Volkmar Schara 2004
Sent as well-rooted, established plants, still in their pots.