Sedum all have diverse sprout times and tones going from pink, red and yellow.
Sempervivums will sprout after the second or third year. A bloom tail will shoot up from the focal point of the primary rosette with a bunch of flowers.The roses on sempervivums are open, brilliant and generally pink and held over the plant on a stem bearing a few blossoms. The crown that delivers the blossom head is monocarpic and vanishes subsequent to blooming, however luckily, there are consistently chicks created already from the base that fill in a ring around the mother plant to carry on for future years. After the bloom passes on, delicately wind off the tail and plant a chick in the space.