How many chicks do you typically get on your semps? What makes them reproduce? When do they typically reproduce? At what age? I am interested because one of my semps had 14 chicks (pretty impressive on a one inch sempervivum), some had 5 or 4, a few had two and some had none. Some have chicks their first spring, others have none for years. One post here indicated that the person's semps started reproducing in winter and kept producing more chicks all winter into summer. None of my 30+ varieties has ever produced multiple flushes of chicks and I'm wondering what I can do to improve their conditions.