Do you call these plants "Hens & Chicks"? That is what they are called here and they are indeed very hearty! I have many in my garden ~ and they are a delight!Have a Happy Day Medam!xo Catherine
Catherine,I didn't know the name of this plant in English until I found it on the internet. That is how I know that there are places where it is also called „Hens & Chickens“. In my country it is called „čuvarkuća“. That would literally mean „house-keeper“, maybe because people used to keep it on the roofs of the houses.Have a happy day to you too and thanks for your comment.
I like the term "housekeeper" ... I had one one time that actually bloomed. They are called "hen and chicks" here, too.
a pot full of beauty for sure and how wonderful they are there for all the seasons. that is a really nice photo of it in the first shot.
This is my type of plant. I'm not too good at growing things. I like ones that do it all on their own. Great pictures Meda.
These are so beautiful shots !!The flowers are so colorful and nice !!Very Fantastic !!
This plant is so perfect! Really wonderful photos, Medam!
It's so pretty! Thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and leaving your comment. Enjoy a great weekend. It's ice cream time!
lovely : )
Hi Meda; how are you going; I love all the sempervivums, live for ever!This green one with the red tips is delightful. The photos are charming and natural with bits of moss clinging to the stone. Enjoy a lovely Sunday. T.
Hi Meda, your photos proove that you are a creator photographer! Hugs
Sempervivums are the prettiest little plants, they add so much to a garden. Beautiful photos Meda, I like the angles you used for these.
one of my all time favorites and yours looks so healthy!!
We call them hen and chicks, too, but I like the name house keeper, and the thought of growing them on the roof!
Krasnefotke moje omiljene biljke!pozdrav iz Ljubljane u Sarajevo!
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