I am in the process of planting some sempervivums, Jovibarba Heuffelii, and sedum varieties.
When are these plants dormant and when is the best time to propagate them?
Thanks in advance!
They're a winter-dormant genus, but I am not sure when the best time is to propagate them. Someone else will have to help with that.
Here is a handy list of many dormancy periods:
Here is a link that might be useful: www.succulents.us/dormancy.html
Later spring is the best time - that way they have most of the year to settle in.
Semps seem to grow in all but the hottest weather, whereas cold-hardy Sedums seem to like that the most.