I just love how these look when the frost accentuates their edges. The birds brought these plants here from the neighbor’s yard as seeds long ago and I can’t figure out what they are. They aren’t succulent, look great all year, don’t flower and don’t lose their leaves. Do you know what they are?
Hello, I don’t know how I ended up here, but I think the plants in question, is a type of Houseleeks, also known as Sempervivum… here’s a link 🙂 http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sempervivum
Best regards, Helene from Denmark
Thank you for checking on this, it is close but not quite the same plant. I have sempervivum in another part of the yard and it is much softer and more succulent than this stuff. See how different the “whorls” are as the leaves grow? I can’t figure this one…