New Sempervivum ‘Oddity’

Much like ‘Cobweb,’ ‘Oddity’ is a must have in any Sempervivum collection.

Sempervivum 'Oddity'
Sempervivum ‘Oddity’

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Plant lover living in Toronto, Canada where I grow a wide range of plants in a very small space.
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7 Responses to New Sempervivum ‘Oddity’

  1. Mandy says:

    I'll be looking out for this one; very different!

  2. Julie says:

    How cool is this??????? WOWZERS! 🙂

  3. Cool! It's almost like the Crassula "Gollum"! (If only the tips had more red.) I wonder what those two plants would look like grown together? Probably too much of an odd thing. 😛

  4. Andrew says:

    Fortunately, I've got both (muahahaha.. *cough*)I've found with a lot of Semps that fall/winter/spring brings out a lot more red colour in most forms, will be interesting to see if that's the case with this one too.

  5. renee says:

    There is only ONE oddity, but many DIFFERENT plants with leaves like Oddity.

    Me myself have 5 different plants that look just like Ooddity, but differ from one another in size, colour and stability of the form (some produce “normal” rosettes as well!).

    Not every sempervivum with monstrose leaves is an Oddity. In fact so many wrongly labeled “Oddities” are in culture all over the word that many of us wonder which is is th real, the one and only … ODDITY!

    See mine:
    http://sempervivum.sosblog.com/The-sempervivum-blog-b1/Sempervivum-cv-Oddity-or-not-b1-p11676.htm

  6. I bought one of these on April 30, and it is an AWESOME plant for sure!

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