I have delighted in houseleeks for some 60 years and have a modest collection at my home in East Sussex, UK. These pages will be used to try and share some of the pleasure I get from these small plants with their infinite variations on a theme and tolerance of neglect.
Sunday, 5 June 2011
On a rising crosier of Sempervivum arachnoideum var. I noticed a batch of moth eggs. I know of very few things that eat houseleeks (apart from the n0n-British Apollo butterfly), so it will be interesting to see how they develop.