Sempervivum and Jovibarba forum: Sempervivum Reference Sites

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Name: Lynn
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There are many wonderful sites on the web for finding detailed information for the sempervivum you grow. Who is the hybridizer, or person that introduced the plant? What year was it introduced? What is the parentage of my semp? Has it won any awards?
More sites will be added as we go. If you have a favorite reference site, tree mail me with the link.
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A wonderful site to see what is going on in Europe with sempervivum. Use google translate to see in other languages:

Les Sempervivum et leurs biotopes. A French site with wonderful research into sempervivum in its natural habitat. Easily translated using Google translate.

List of cultivars:

List of cultivars:

Horst Diehm:

Japanese site:

Fernwood Nursery:

List of Jovibarba:

Carlo De Wilde:


Sempervivum species list:

Sempervivum list, Erwin Geiger:

Peter Lapshin:

SEMPERVIVOPHILIA: A very informative site. You can choose to read it in English, French, German, Spanish and Italian.

A free forum with lots of great reference material:

Botaniques: Lots of great photos of species sempervivum

4my Sempervivum, great source of history of the sempervivum, photos and much more. Use google translate to read.
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