A very appealing plant with intriguing colours and an unusual shape. Early spring shows the leaves with long, very dark tips over an olive-green base. The dark tips remain through summer but the base colour changes to more amber-olive but also with brown tones mixed in.
The habit is fairly loose - it doesn't make tight mounds at all. 'Devil's Touch' doesn't produce lots of rosettes for us to sell either but it's so worth growing.
Sue Thomas (GB) 2009
Sempervivum of the Year in 2019! The members of sempervivum-liste.de voted Devil's Touch their SOTY.
Sent as well-rooted, established plants, still in their pots.