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Hen & Chicks

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Wednesday September 11, 2013


Caption: or hen-and-widdies in the South, is a common name for a group of small succulent plants belonging to the flowering plant family Crassulaceae, native to Europe and N. Africa. They grow close to the ground with leaves formed around each other in a rosette, and propagating by offsets. The "hen" is the main plant, and the "chicks" are the offspring, which start as tiny buds on the main plant and soon sprout their own roots, taking up residence close to mother! Very hardy plants!

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3. nanapoo
7:41 PM GMT on September 14, 2013
Thanks Peter and Dianne! Peter, I have an interest in home remedies and did not know that! I would love to see a pig sty with a hen and chick roof!!! How cool :) I have read about using sod for roofs and imagine this would be similar. If you ever get near that forest, please take a few shots of the pig sty roofs and post!
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2. snosno
6:55 PM GMT on September 14, 2013
How cool!!
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1. Cowgazer
12:40 PM GMT on September 14, 2013
Sometimes called "House Leek" in Britain, in some parts it was once the law that they must be planted on house roofs as they were believed to be protection against lightening strikes. In the area around the ancient forest of Dean they are still planted on Pig-sty roofs to this day, also the thick sap can be used as an ointment to treat minor burns and scalds.
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