British Gardening forum: Sempervivum 'lemon babies'

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Name: Kate
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Mar 24, 2013 11:13 AM CST
Hi all, I haven't posted anything in this forum yet, even though I've been on ATP a little while now and I live in the UK. I hope it's ok to ask this here.

I'm building a sempervivum collection and have been trying to track down S. 'lemon babies'. I've had no luck with local nursaries or any that I buy from online. Does anyone know of anywhere that stocks lemon babies, or has the plant and that I might be able to buy a chick or two from?

Most of my semps are quite young at the moment, so at present I don't have any chicks to swap/share. But I'm hoping my hens willl start producing some by later summer. So if there are any other UK semp/jovibarba fans who would like to do some trades in the future please let me know!

Kate UK
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Name: Neil
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Mar 29, 2013 9:37 AM CST


Dear all, Happy Easter! At last the builders have finished for awhile. The destruction to everything will take a long time to fix, believe me. Everything has to be replaced and Sarah is busy with myself trying to get our home back together and our lives back. 9 months of eye deep in hell and yhe scaffolding is still on the front of the house as our neighbour still has to pay for it. What a mess.
Nancy try not to behave, and be yourself.
April the 27th I am going to the Rugby!
It has been impossible to think or do anything around here with this turmoil, never agian.
Love you all, have a great time at Easter.
Neil & Sarah.
p.s. I will see if I can find your "lemon Babies", Kate.

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