- Flower nameCobweb houseleek
- Scientific nameSempervivum arachnoideum i
- AliasSpider Web Hens and Chicks, クモノスバンダイソウ, 蜘蛛巣万代草, マキギヌ, 巻絹
- Place of originHigh mountain of Russia central from Europe
- Place of flowering
- Flowering seasonFebruary, March, April, May, June, July
- Language of flowersHard-working
What is Cobweb houseleek
Sempervivum arachnoideum (scientific name: Sempervivum arachnoideum) is a rosette type succulent plant which is an cold-tolerant evergreen perennial plant of the "Sperperubivum (scientific name: Sempervivum)" and is native European to Central Russian mountains . This species is a gardening variety named "Makigino (curd silk)" in which rosette shoots are covered with white cilia. In Japanese name, it is called Kumo-no-su Bandaisou (Spider web).
The genus "Sempervivum" is a coined word consisting of two words "semper (forever)" and "vivus" in Latin, indicating the toughness of plants. "Species name" arachnoideum "means" spider web ".
Common name: Sempervivum arachnoideum, Scientific name: Sempervivum arachnoideum, Radix leaf: funnel shape, foliage: lanceolate to ellipsoidal, leaf order: alternate, inflorescence form: discrete inflorescence, flower shape: star shape, flower color : Peach color, flowering period: February - July, flower diameter: 1 to 2 cm.