These small, lime-green succulents are often called “rollers.” The “chicks” of these Sempervivums form on long stems around the rosette, and then break off and “roll” to the ground to grow roots. When “happily stressed,” the edges of the leaves turn a deep red.
This succulent is monocarpic, meaning it will die after blooming. When it does bloom, watch for white flowers.
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