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  • Erwin Geiger said:Most red hybrids actually reach their color peak through their spring coloration. While the medium-sized rosettes of our random seedling are still painted with a dull crimson at this time, it will shine from your bed in very striking shades of red from July to September. A valuable addition to the large selection of Sempervivum hybrids.
  • Erwin Geiger said:A vigorous selection of the generative offspring of 'Tarita'. From an ergonomic point of view, the arrangement of the medium-sized leaves is reminiscent of roses at first glance. They appear all year round in the most different, bluish violet and purple with olive green pastel mixed with some ochre. Here it is also worth remembering the popular name "stone rose" for the genus Sempervivum, which was given to it by Karl Foerster.
  • Hans-Jorg Gensch said:'Alstergraffiti' attracted attention in 2015 due to its completely washed-out colours. After three years, it became stable in burgundy, with bright tips. But the Kindel retain their mottled play of colors.
  • Bettina Hinke said:In the spring of 2017, he brought 19 buds that grew close to the mother plant. The leaves are wedge-shaped, finely ciliated, with a pronounced thorn. In early spring, it shows itself in a strong cherry with ochre-colored tips. Later from mint green (heart) to pink / pink and at the end of the leaf green-yellow marbled. It has a high resistance to all weather conditions and always has a good attachment.
  • Inge Theim said:'Golden Tiffany' is a plush variety, like the mother. In spring, the rosettes are light green to yellowish, the tips of the leaves bear small red dots. In May, they have the most beautiful coloration, the leaves turn golden yellow. The tips of the leaves are dark red, and the upper third of the leaves are speckled red. The rosettes become brighter and brighter in the summer heat, almost yellow, and in autumn they turn green. It is not as vigorous as its siblings seedlings and is also slightly smaller, more tender overall. But despite everything, she survived the heat well.
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