Sempervivum "More Honey"

To 5"

Hardy to Zone 5 (-20F)

Full to part sun


Bred by Ed Skrocki, "More Honey" produces a large rosette that is bright green at the center and orange-pink on the undersides of the leaves. "More Honey" turns dark burgundy in the fall and blooms in the spring.

Sempervivum need plenty of outdoor sunlight to show their best colors and maintain the most delightful tight rosette form. They produce new offsets or "chicks" on what plant folks refer to as ‘stolons’. These “chicks” can be left to form tidy clusters or removed to share or trade or transplant to increase your succulent collection. Sempervivum do most of their growing in the spring and summer, and will thrive with weekly watering and afternoon shade if temperatures exceed 80F. They are incredibly frost hardy and will happily overwinter under an insulating blanket of snow. Protect from heavy rains and standing water to prevent rot.