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han & chicks outdoor potted plants 3+years old

3+years old not producing new growth or flowering zone 9b texas

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#1 Comment By Downtoearthdigs On 10/05/2017 @ 7:26 am

Hen and chicks plants don’t flower every year, in fact they flower at the end of their life at approximately 3 years old. So if yours flowered last year, the older plants have probably died, and the patch may be re-establishing itself from the younger “chick” plants:

If the “chicks” are slow to establish themselves, you may need to fill in the patch with more seeds.

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