sempervivum


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sem·per·vi·vum

 (sĕm′pər-vī′vəm)
n.

[New Latin Sempervīvum, genus name, from neuter of Late Latin sempervīvus, ever-living : Latin semper, always; see sem- in Indo-European roots + Latin vīvus, living, alive; see gwei- in Indo-European roots.]
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sempervivum

(ˌsɛmpəˈvaɪvəm)
n
(Plants) See houseleek
[New Latin, from Latin sempervivus ever-living, from semper always + vivere to live]
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sempervivum
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Sempervivum 'Rubin' provides a pop of colour with its dark maroon rosettes and Sedum 'Coral Carpet' is a lovely fresh green.
Sempervivum 'Rubin' has dark maroon rosettes, Sedum 'Coral Carpet' has white flower heads over mats of bright-green tinged bronze-red foliage, and Sedum 'Cape Blanco' will produce golden yellow flowers over mats of pretty rosettes of silvery-white fleshy leaves.
Sempervivum 'Rubin' has dark maroon rosettes, Sedum 'Coral Carpet' has white flower heads over mats of bright-green tinged bronzered foliage, and Sedum 'Cape Blanco' will produce golden yellow flowers over mats of pretty rosettes of silvery-white fleshy leaves.
Frost-hardy plants, on the other hand, such as sempervivum - houseleek - and papaver - poppy - can be planted directly in the garden.
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A selection of faux succulents, such as sedum, echeveria and sempervivum, available from all good craft stores.
Homogyne alpina Crassulaceae 0.14 [+ or -] 0.06 Sedum rizoides Sempervivum montanum Cupressaceae 3.37 [+ or -] 1.25 Juniperus communis Ericaceae 5.30 [+ or -] 1.03 Arcostaphylos uva-ursi Calluna vulgaris Loiseleuria procumbens Rhododendron ferrugineum Vaccinium myrtillus Vaccinium uliginosum Vaccinium vitis-idaea Vaccinium sp.
Fortunately, many species of Sedum (stonecrop) and Sempervivum (houseleeks, hens and chicks) are amazingly cold-tolerant and can survive temperatures well below freezing.
+ asturica Armeria cantabrica + 1 Matthiola perennis Minuartia villarii + Sempervivum cantabricum + Litzula pediformis + Gentiana vertia + Sideritis hyssopifolia + Arenaria moehringioides Reseda glauca + + 1 Festuca rubra Festuca picoeuropeana Lotus corniculatus Saxifraga paniculata Arenaria erinacea Hemiaria glabra Trinia glauca Altitude (l=10m) 223 197 222 205 206 197 211 Area ([m.sup.2]) 75 100 75 50 75 100 20 Cover (%) 40 40 70 40 40 60 50 Aspect SE N SE SW E SE SW Releve number 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Characteristics Helianthemum canum subsp.
Our plant under discussion is Sempervivum tectorum.
"Yr unig ffordd sicr ydi drwy ddefnyddio llysiau pentai (Sempervivum tectorum; houseleeks)," oedd yr ateb egfais i.