Feast your eyes on the most stunning and Different Types of Hens and Chicks varieties you can grow in your home and garden!
If you are looking for some easy-to-maintain plants that also stay compact and look stunning, then here are some Different Types of Hens and Chicks Varieties you must grow!
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Echeveria Hens and Chicks Varieties
Botanical Name: Echeveria ‘Shaviana’
Echeveria Shaviana is also called Mexican Hens or Pink Frills. This delicate unique-looking variety does best in part to full sunlight.
2. Green Prince
Botanical Name: Echeveria ‘Green Prince’
The Echeveria Green Prince is also called Mexican Hens and Chicks. It is a brilliant green type with very thick, flat, juicy, and fleshy leaves.
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Botanical Name: Echeveria elegans
The plants’ leaves grow in tight rose-shaped leaves in the bluish-gray shade. This variety could be a great choice for outdoor garden space or even in a bright indoor area.
4. Black Prince
Botanical Name: Echeveria ‘Black prince’
Echeveria Black Prince is also called the Black Hens & Chicks. It can grow to about 4-6 inches with triangular-shaped leaves in purplish-brown shades.
5. Black Knight
Botanical Name: Echeveria ‘Black knight’
The Black Knight is succulent with nearly black, dark-purple-colored leaves making it one of the darkest varieties of Echeveria. Its new leaves have a lime-green shade.
Botanical Name:Echeveria secunda
With rosettes that can grow up to 5-6 inches, Secunda is very hardy and one of the most common succulents. The plant also bears yellow and red flowers during the summer.
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Sempervivum Hens and Chicks Varieties
7. Sugar Shimmer
Botanical Name: Sempervivum ‘Sugar Shimmer’
With ‘hairy’ tips and leaves, Sugar Shimmer can change its color from a blue-green color to a sugary pink forming dense rosettes.
8. Cosmic Candy
Botanical Name: Sempervivum ‘Cosmic Candy’
This is one of the rare cobweb types of Sempervivum. The plant stays all red throughout the year with a cobweb-like texture in white color at the center of each rosette.
Botanical Name: Sempervivum ‘Appletini’
Appletini is a pretty hardy succulent that is also called Hens and Chickens. With a green apple in the middle, the tips are found to be in deep wine color.
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10. Chick Charms Mint Marvel
Botanical Name: Sempervivum ‘Chick Charms Mint Marvel’
The plant forms tight tiny rosettes in rich green shades with red-colored tips. It also bears purple flowers in the shape of stars.
11. Fashion Diva
Botanical Name: Sempervivum ‘Fashion Diva’
It is also commonly called Chick Charms Strawberry Kiwi. This tiny succulent forms bright red rosettes that can grow up to 2-4 inches in diameter.
12. Chocolate Kiss
Botanical Name: Sempervivum tectorum ‘Chocolate Kiss’
The chocolate kiss has a shade similar to a chocolate cake. The plant makes big rosettes in dark burgundy or brown shades that can grow up to 10-12 inches in diameter.
13. Gold Nuggets
Botanical Name: Sempervivum ‘Gold Nugget’
Gold Nugget is the world’s first gold-colored foliage that is hardy in USDA zones 3-9. The attractive gold-color leaves look stunning with deep pink edges.
14. Watermelon Ripple
Botanical Name: Sempervivum ‘Watermelon Ripple’
The Watermelon Ripple transforms the Sempervivum color cycle upside down. With dark red-burgundy shades near the center of the rosettes, and the tips are light green in color.
15. Cherry Berry
Botanical Name: Sempervivum ‘Cherry Berry’
With green at the base, Cherry Berry makes rosettes that are bright cherry red in color during summer and spring that change into a green hue with red streaks in fall and winter.
16. Cinnamon Starburst
Botanical Name: Sempervivum ‘Cinnamon Starburst’
With an almost leopard appearance, the Cinnamon Starburst looks beautiful with dark green-colored centers and spots of purple-red shade on the tips.
17. Emily Coweb
Botanical Name: Sempervivum arachnoideum ‘Emily’
It is one of the best and most unique-looking succulents. The most distinct characteristic of the plant is the cobweb-looking centers in white color.
18. Teneriffe Houseleek
Botanical Name: Sempervivum ciliosum
This hens and chicks variety forms a rosette of grey-green fleshy, pointed, hairy leaves. It grows up to 4-8 inches tall with 14-20 inches spread.
Botanical Name: Sempervivum calcareum ‘Greenii’
This mat-forming succulent showcases tight rosettes with grey-green to blue-grey leaves and red or maroon tips.
Botanical Name: Sempervivum ‘Killer’
‘Killer’ is a small succulent with lovely olive-green rosettes that shows splashes of deep red to mahogany across the seasons.
21. Jade Rose
Botanical Name: Sempervivum ‘Jade Rose’
‘Jade Rose’ offers stunning, jewel-toned rosettes of light green and purple leaves. If you want the best cooler, make sure it gets plenty of bright and indirect sunlight.
Botanical Name: Sempervivum ‘Corsair’
This small, mound-forming succulent makes clusters of medium-sized, thorny rosettes. The leaves emerge in a green shade, turning a deep pink-red hue with maturity.
23. Purple Haze
Botanical Name: Sempervivum heuffelii ‘Purple Haze’
This perennial succulent forms a distinct 4-6 inches rosette of round, flat gray-green leaves with a purple hue and pointed tips.
24. Violet Queen
Botanical Name: Echeveria ‘Violet Queen’
This rosette-forming succulent freely offsets to make a dense mound up to 4-6 inches tall. It keeps a compact form and gets a silver-green hue with hints of pink on leaf margins.
25. Compton Carousel
Botanical Name: Echeveria ‘Compton Carousel’
Also known as Echeveria ‘Lenore Dean’, this variety shows off tall clumps of the tight rosette, leaves are blue-gray with cream-hued edges.
Botanical Name: Sempervivum ‘Andrenor’
This hardy succulent displays a rosette of narrow bright green foliage backed and tipped with intense red.
Botanical Name: Sempervivum arachnoideum ‘Cebenese’
This beautiful variety features a dainty rosette of pale green foliage with hairy edges, entirely covering the rosette with white cobwebs.
28. Cmiral’s Yellow
Botanical Name: Sempervivum ‘Cmiral’s Yellow’
‘Cmiral’s Yellow’ forms a rosette of pale green to bright yellow leaves depending on the growing conditions.
Botanical Name: Sempervivum ‘Faramir’
This charming succulent offers honey pink foliage bunched around a soft green center. Purple-red star-shaped blooms grow in early summer.
Botanical Name: Sempervivum tectorum ‘Oddity’
This unusual succulent forms a mat of small rosettes with blue-green leaves adorned with purple tips. Keep it in bright light for best hue.
Botanical Name: Sempervivum x barbulatum
This variety has a mat-forming growth habit and grows small rosettes with obovate, green leaves tipped with woolly hair.
32. Emily Cobweb
Botanical Name: Sempervivum archnoideum ‘Emily’
‘Emily’ is a lovely succulent that forms a rosette of red and green foliage seen through densely webbed cilia. It grows best in full light.