What is Cobweb houseleek
Cobweb houseleek (scientific name:Sempervivum arachnoideum) is native to Alpine of the evergreen succulent plant of the crassulaceae family. Form a basal rosette leaves out harsh weather to cope with from the leaf covered central points in a spider like white fluff. Give pink flower stalk in summer, extends from the top of the inflorescence.
Common name: Cobweb houseleek,
Scientific name:Sempervivum arachnoideum
also known as: Spider houseleek,
Origin: Alps, Habitat: Alpine, living environment: Rocky, life-forms: of the succulent perennial plant,
Grass height: 15 cm, stem: no, no, Rather than forming rosettes, rosette-like white-haired leaves: Spider covered forming a basal rosette long: 3 cm, leaf color: light green with leaf tip red, leaf-quality: fleshy, leaf shape: oval-fall lanceolate, asymmetric flower, leaf: all edge, scape length: 5-10 cm, flower-shaped corymb inflorescence / collectors, flowering: from June August, flower color: pink, size: 1-2 cm,: petals five, planted type of place with a small star: lanceolate, flowers: shoot apical meristems, fruit: bag fruit, uses: ornamental plants, potted, alley, botanical gardens, rock gardens