Native to Europe, Jovibarba ("beard of Jove") is a small genus of three species closely related to Sempervivum. Jovibarba have pale-greenish-yellow or yellow bell-shaped flowers with six petals, while Sempervivum has actinomorphic flowers with more than six petals.

Jovibarba do best when planted in a shallow gritty, free-draining mix. They thrive in filtered sun conditions. They are prone to rot where winters are very wet and should be moved to a sheltered position. Frost resistant.

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Jovibarba heuffelii 'Inferno' Jovibarba heuffelii 'Inferno'

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A striking succulent with mid-green leaves turning bright red/maroon over the warmer months. Offsets freely. Lemon flowers. Sun/part sun.

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