S. x versicolor - general

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S. x versicolor - general

Post by I'm the 1 on Fri Oct 24, 2008 6:35 am

S. x versicolor, a natural hybrid between S. marmoreum and S. ruthenicum was first described by Velenovsky in 1903.

Some write S. x versicolor is a natural hybrid of S. marmoreum x S. zelebori. This is because S. zeleborii is a synonim of S. ruthenimum.

Description: Large rosettes of the appearance of S. tectorum of gardens.

It flowers rarely, but when it does the flowers are pale yellow changing with age to pale lilac.

Reported to be growing on the roofs of houses in Bulgaria apparently not found in the wild anymore.


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Re: S. x versicolor - general

Post by Mildak on Fri Dec 16, 2011 9:29 am

I Sempervivum x versicolor in my collection, he is given locality in the Bulgarian town of Loveč, a beautiful plant. Last year we drove through town, but suitable sites are not located here. In the original description is that it grows on old walls, but they usually are not here already.
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