Hens and chicks have old-time charm and unbeatable hardiness. These little succulents are known for their sweet rosette form and numerous offsets or “chicks.” But do hens and chicks plants bloom? Find the answer in this article.
Need a quick centerpiece for a patio table? Just show off in a cluster of tightly packed rosettes of hen and chicks (Sempervivum tectorum) in small pots. The plant in the foreground grows in just enough soil to fill a 4-inch nursery pot, with small stones packed around it. The plants get a little gentle irrigation in the summer. DESIGN Tish Treherne. - See more at: http://westphoria.sunset.com/2015/02/16/7-easy-spring-planting-ideas-from-our-new-book/#sthash.uH9Vho5n.dpuf
Why just use regular flower pots this year.when you can have chicken feeder planters instead? We like to use unique containers for our flowers and plants in our gardens and on our porch each year.here are two of our favorites this year.
Hens And Chicks, The Succulent That Keeps On Giving