5 years to reach maturity
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Teneriffe Houseleek Overview
Sempervivum ciliosum is a succulent perennial plant from the Crassulaceae family. It is commonly known by the name Teneriffe Houseleek or Cobweb Houseleek and it has a mat-forming habit, covering the ground in small, around 5cm across green-grey rosettes of fleshy succulent leaves. This Sempervivum species produces rosettes of grey-green hairy leaves, with flower stems that are about 10cm long. It will produce greenish-yellow flowers, which typically appear from early summer to mid-summer. Grow this fully hardy plant in full sun, in well-draining soil.
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Walls, rock garden