Hen and Chicks Succulents (Rooted Sempervivum Houseleeks in Pots with Pups)

$15.95
  • Hen and Chicks Succulents (Rooted Sempervivum Houseleeks in Pots with Pups)
  • Hen and Chicks Succulents (Rooted Sempervivum Houseleeks in Pots with Pups)
  • Hen and Chicks Succulents (Rooted Sempervivum Houseleeks in Pots with Pups)
  • Hen and Chicks Succulents (Rooted Sempervivum Houseleeks in Pots with Pups)
  • Hen and Chicks Succulents (Rooted Sempervivum Houseleeks in Pots with Pups)
  • Hen and Chicks Succulents (Rooted Sempervivum Houseleeks in Pots with Pups)
  • Hen and Chicks Succulents (Rooted Sempervivum Houseleeks in Pots with Pups)
  • Hen and Chicks Succulents (Rooted Sempervivum Houseleeks in Pots with Pups)
  • Hen and Chicks Succulents (Rooted Sempervivum Houseleeks in Pots with Pups)
  • Hen and Chicks Succulents (Rooted Sempervivum Houseleeks in Pots with Pups)

Hen and Chicks Succulents (Rooted Sempervivum Houseleeks in Pots with Pups)

$15.95

Also known as houseleeks, these succulent plants are well rooted and producing baby pups. Their leaves grow into a round rosette shape, making the plant resemble gorgeous geometric fractals.

These beautiful little plants can survive without watering for much longer than other house plants. While your cuttings may require a bit more water in the beginning, you will want to be careful not to overdo it! A simple misting water bottle with an atomizer does a great job of keeping the plant finely misted while not allowing it to collect too much water in its most sensitive areas. Watering requirements vary based on the species of succulent and your climate, but it typically varies from once a week to once a month.