Hens & Chicks Hardy Succulent Blend Seeds

Hens & Chicks Hardy Succulent Blend Seeds

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Neat, colorful rosettes are wonderfully hardy
SKU 01881-PK-P1
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Key Characteristics
Mature Height

4 IN

Mature Width

4 IN

Sun / Shade

Full Sun

Bloom Size

0 IN

Description / Hens & Chicks Hardy Succulent Blend Seeds

Hens & Chicks Hardy Succulent Blend contains some of the most popular succulents for hot, dry gardens or container growth all the way north through Zone 5, Sempervivum forms a neat, bright rosette of foliage that typically spreads freely by offshoots, creating a colorful and interesting display in almost any setting.

Hens & Chicks Hardy Succulent Blend mix lets you enjoy the range of Sempervivum's foliage, from gray-green to deep magenta-mahogany tones, including some variegated types. The blooms also vary, from upright to pendant and from yellow to pink shades.

For indoor growing of Hens & Chicks Hardy Succulent Blend, sow seeds in a mixture of 2/3 soilless medium and 1/3 gravel. After Hens & Chicks Hardy Succulent Blend emerges, sprinkled a thin coating of gravel over the top of the soil to keep the moisture in.

Product Details

Genus Sempervivum
Species tectorum
Variety Hardy Blend
Product Classification Perennials, Seeds
Sun / Shade Full Sun
Bloom Season Start Early Spring
Bloom Season End Late Winter
Bloom Color Mix
Resistance Disease Resistant, Drought Tolerant, Heat Tolerant, Humidity Tolerant, Pest Resistant
Characteristics Easy Care Plants, Evergreen, Flower, Succulents
Uses Beds, Border, Containers, Foliage Interest, Foundation, Ground Cover, Ornamental, Outdoor
Zone 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

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Customer Reviews

Excellent Germination
Review by JC
Excellent germination rate! I am really impressed by this product!
Germinated well
Review by DanielleG
My seeds germinated really well despite some of the other poor reviews. I started them in coconut coir with a heat mat and a grow light. They are tiny but to my surprise germinated in less than a week, which surprised me because the packet says some may take up to a year.
Have grown twice over three years
Review by Minneapolis Gardener
Have had excellent germination both times. Seedlings are VERY small. I have successfully grown them in containers under grow lights
The best seeds that I have found .
Review by washbear in the garden
You will have so many hen's and chick's , you will need to keep buying pots and dishes , They are very hardy , just keep them out of the rain ! The only problem that I have found is that they SELL OUT FAST . I will have them in my cart , go back as little as a few hours , and they have sold out !!!
Hens & Chicks Hardy Succulent Blend Seeds
Review by Beth Dumas
Lots of little baby chickens. Germinated very well and now I have lots of babies to transplant.
Great for starting lots of hens and chicks!
Review by O Zaslava
I had about 60 seedlings from one packet two weeks after sowing. I'm sure I could have gotten more if I kept the conditions the same, but I didn't want to risk getting damping off!
Fun but little variation
Review by Garden Geek
These were fun and easy to start from seed, but I was hoping for more variety. Nearly all that germinated were the same green variety. I started them by placing the seed on the surface of a moist seedling start mix, placed the container in a plastic bag, and put it in my garage for 2 weeks to give them a cold stratification. Temperatures ranged from about 20F to 40F, averaging about 32F. Placing them in the frig would produce the same results. After 2 weeks, I brought them inside and placed them on a heat mat. Numerous seeds germinated within about a week or so. The seeds were not covered, they received natural room lighting, but did not need a grow light or window light. I am curious to find out this spring after the snow melts if they survived the winter in my Zone 5 garden.
germinates after rain
Review by SY
planted 2 months ago, just germinate this week :D hope they grows well. Just be a little patience and don't give up
Amazing Diversity!
Review by Mother Raphaela
I bought these on a whim. I knew there were different kinds of "hens and chicks," and thought this would be an easy way of getting a few more. Some sprouted almost at once; others took a couple of months. I didn't have the patience (or room) to wait the year I was told I could. A few are plain green, yet even they show variations in leaf shape. There seem to be at least 100 different kinds: red and plain; red and fuzzy, green and red in various fuzzy and non-fuzzy variations: some are still small enough to need a jeweler's loupe for good viewing, For sure, you've given me a new hobby!

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