Posted 1M ago by @KrunchyWrap

Do you guys give yours any direct sunlight light? Mine does t seem to handle it well. I had it in direct light and it started to look awful and the ends looked terrible until I ga with it lots of bright light instead. Tips? It's improved tremdously since
@KrunchyWrap Sempervivum produces rosettes in a host of hues. They are low growing and adaptable to most soils but prefer full sun and a well-draining medium.

Sempervivum are best planted in a well-drained soil of sand or loam within an acidic, neutral or alkaline PH balance. They are best positioned in an area of full sun and are well-suited to planting in containers or in a rock garden.

Sempervivum should be feritlized with a controlled-release fertilizer at the beginning of the growing season. It can be fertilized once a week with a diluted liquid solution, such as a balanced 20-20-20 fertilizer at a quarter of the original strength.
@KikiGoldblatt @KrunchyWrap Can you share a photo? Typically, these guys are very happy in direct sunlight but a photo will help us know what’s going on!
The first one is direct light and and second one is now with the brightest indirect light(as close to direct sun without actual direct sun lol) it's doing loads better now

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