I'm not a great fan of Sempervivums or Houseleeks: they are very slow-growing, and they just don't satisfy anything within me, as a gardener or as a Professional Gardener. I suppose they're ok in gravel-filled butler sinks (said she, grudgingly) but in the garden, in general? No thanks!
But then, the other day, while at work, this happened!
Isn't that amazing?
I still don't value Sempervivums very highly, but at least now I do appreciate that they might have something to contribute to the garden - even if only for five minutes!
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