Sempervivum Tectorum
Sempervivum Tectorum
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Sempervivum Tectorum

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Sempervivum tectorum, the common houseleek, is a species of flowering plant in the family Crassulaceae, native to the mountains of southern Europe, cultivated in the whole of Europe for its appearance and a Roman tradition claiming that it protects buildings against lightning strikes.

Water lightly, but you do not need to water newly planted Common Houseleek every day, the way you would with nonsucculents. Common Houseleeks need to let their roots dry out between waterings. Seeds can be sprinkled on top of a soil, gravel mix and kept moderately moist until they germinate