Sempervivum 'Pacific Blue Ice'


With delicately toothed margins and a hazy blue center, the leaves of Sempervivum ‘Pacific Blue Ice’ will surely make a statement year-round, thanks to their ability to shift between shades of maroon, pink, and icy blue depending on the temperatures to which they are exposed. Hardy down to Zone 4, this incredible specimen is right at home in almost any climate, adding a splash of ever-varying color to any rock garden, living wall, or succulent arrangement of which it is a part.

Bright sunlight will help ‘Pacific Blue Ice’ achieve its richest coloration, maintain its tight rosette form, and offset amply via the unique stolons that characterize the Sempervivum genus. Adequate sun exposure, in combination with a thorough yet infrequent watering routine, will help this specimen achieve rosettes up to 8 inches in diameter, while also avoiding issues such as rot or pests.

An overall very hardy variety, ‘Pacific Blue Ice’ will send up stalks of pink blooms during the spring and summer growing season, adding yet another layer of color to this this already show-stopping succulent.

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