Sempervivum Tiny Tim
Sales plant displayed in a 75 mm pot
Sempervivums often change colours throughout the year and the plants for sale may look different to the specimen photo. This often occurs due to the changes in seasons, as in how hot or cold it is, growing conditions such as how much shade or sun they receive and the age of the plant. It is often common for the developing pups on the plants to look very different to the parent plant.
Although the best care is taken when picking and packing each plant, some of the side pups may become separated from the parent plant when packed.