A super-cool colour for summer, greyish with a pink flush. Bold rosettes with thick leaves. The name is a mouthful at first sight - we say Deggy-Annie-Anum. A cooling contrast to the hotter summer reds. Rarely offered.
Attributed to Betty Bronow, USA, year unknown. The name may be a misspelling from Sempervivum degenianum. Arpád von Degen was an early 20th century Hungarian botanist who first described many plants in eastern Europe.