skopjecollection said:Sempervivum. Move it outside, stat
PaleoTemp said:If you plants suffer of anything is etiolation, you can see the leaves are starting to curl under, both on the hen and the chicks, then you can see the hen growing slightly taller, then you can see discoloration starts, all these 3 are signs of etiolation.
Watering does not counter-act etiolation, actually it can speed up etiolation sometimes. Can even cause rot, which can affect the plant in a quick manner or a very slow manner.
The plant now needs some direct sunlight, for a like a couple of hours for several days (since they are etiolated), then more hours of sun after they get accustomed to some direct sung light.
valleylynn said:Mel where do you live? What is your growing zone? What are your summer high temps?
I agree about getting it outside, definitely not a house plant. But don't put it into sun right away, you have to do it gradually as you might sunburn it since it probably not used to direct sun.