This collection of cobwebbed Sempervivum includes some of our favourite varieties and they are some of the very easiest to grow to. The 'cobweb' refers to the silvery grey hairs which can cover the rosettes. Smaller growing, they are perfect for planting in pots or containers of any kind and they will mould themselves over stones, trough edges etc. As an added bonus, their flowers are the most attractive of all the Sempervivum.
This is our choice of the best varieties we have to offer. Most are basically green or grey-green, a few are more yellow whilst others are definitely red or with pink/red older leaves. We may also include include varieties that aren't strictly cobwebbed as such but are heavily tufted with hairs - all will have good cobwebbing or silvery, tufted leaf tips giving the plants a silvery appearance.