Every day the semps look a little better. Some are almost fully open. The ones I have planted in my garden where they get lots of warm sunshine and have rocks nearby are ahead of the pack. Makes me eager to get started, but we won’t start shipping until they are fully ready. That depends entirely on the weather. The only problem with living in the high country is waiting for spring. But there are pluses too. The cold, snowy winter promises beautiful colors and strong, hardy plants. Truly worth waiting for.

 

12 rusty purple sempervivum plants in rocky soil.

High Country Semps in early April.