Many of my plants are now flowering well, so here is a gallery of some of them. The names are those under which they were originally aquired and sometimes do not fit the description of what they are supposed to be very well:
Sempervivum ballsii from Kambeecho, a place in north eastern Greece near Aetomilitsa, one of the highest villages in the country.
Sempervivum Green Ice. This looks like a large form of S. arachnoideum.
Sempervivum kosaninii. Named, I think, after the Serbian botanist Nedeljko Košanin (1874-1934).
Sempervivum 'Reinhard' (sometimes spelt 'Reinhardt'). Raised by Martin Fischer from Germany in1979. One parent said to be S. cantabricum.
Sempervivum 'Tristesse' A cultivar of S. calcareum raised by Gustaaf van der Steen in the Netherlands in 1984.
Sempervivum 'Noir'. Parents: S. "marmoreum" collected on Monte Tirone x S. tectorum 'Nigrum'. Monte Tirone is in Italy. Raised by Nicholas Moore in Britain in 1950.
Last but not least, one of my unnamed cultivars has produced a magnificent fastigiate or cristate flowering stalk like the business end of a coral reef: