I have an issue with some sempervivum tectorum I bought from my local farmers market and they had babies I transplanted some and they are doing fine, however the mother plants have turned really green and the lower leaves have all pointed down and they have not produced any new chicks. The plants have grown rather large rather fast. Can you help me as to why the lower leaves have turned down and why haven't they produced any new chicks, it's been like this about 3 or 4 months. Thank you, Tim
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
If leaves are turning down it can indicate stress; make sure you are watering properly; watering is one of the biggest issues.
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