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As a comment about Hen and Chick (Sempervivum 'Kanno's Cobweb'), valleylynn wrote:

Quote from Kevin Vaughn.

JungleShadows said:'Cobweb Joy' is a sister to 'Denise's Cobweb' and 'Kanno's Cobweb' although it was not named by Patty. I'm not sure whether it was Helen or Shirley Rempel that named the plant for her. All 3 tend to produce thicker stolons and fewer increase than other cobwebs so the clumps are a bit more open. 'Denise's Cobweb' produces many fasciated rosettes and passes that trait onto its seedlings.
Name: Portia Barberis
Simi Valley
Dec 23, 2014 9:08 AM CST
A lot of my succulents turn black and die, might you have a solution for my little guys
Name: Lynn
Dallas, OR (Zone 8b)
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Dec 23, 2014 1:21 PM CST
Hi Portia.
Just a few questions for you.
What type of soil are they growing in?
Are they sempervivum or other tender type succulents?
What is your growing zone?
Can you show us some photos?

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