Amanda's smooth golden-green leaves are tipped with dark red. As the plant matures, its coloring gets stronger. The mix of gold and red coloring makes this variety look like it's on fire in the spring.
Len Ingram (UK), 1976
Spring - Red & Gold; Summer - Green with Dark Tips
You'll receive a 1.5"-2" rosette as well as multiple offsets.
All plants are shipped bare root with an established, healthy root system.
Cold Hardiness Zones:
4-9; View Map
Cold Hardy to -20° to -30°F
Sempervivum, or Hens & Chicks grow in a fantastic clump/mat of colorful rosettes. Plants thrive in porous soil with full to part sun. Soil and light conditions can change the look of the varieties drastically. Once established, sempervivum are drought tolerant. As an added benefit, succulents are deer resistant. These plants can survive when grown indoors, but they look their best when grown outside.