Also referred to as Cobweb Houseleek, Sempervivum Arachnoipeum belongs to the Crassulaceae family and is a species of flowering plant. It’s an evergreen, low-growing, perennial succulent, forms a mat of glossy rosettes up to 3 cm or 1.2 inches in diameter. The leaves of the plant are reddish or green, with cobwebby hair at the surface. A rosette-forming shrub, produces pink colour starry-shaped flowers raised on stems in the mid of the year. Relatively easy to grow and maintain in rock gardens, containers, as wall crevice, scree bed, and more. Regular watering during the growing season and little during in the winter months.
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