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sɛmpəˈvaɪvəm

Posted by
daniela (Berlin, Germany) on 18 June 2011 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

Sempervivum, known as Houseleeks or Liveforever, are a genus of about 40 species of succulent plants of the Crassulaceae family which grow in rosettes. Another name used for some species (and also for some plants in other related genera) is Hen and chicks.

The name "Sempervivum" has its origin in the Latin Semper ("always") and vivus ("living"). Sempervivum are called "always living" because this perennial plant keeps its leaves in winter and is very resistant to difficult conditions of growth.

PENTAX K-x 1/2500 second F/0.0 ISO 200 55 mm

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PENTAX K-x
1/2500 second
F/0.0
ISO 200
55 mm

flower
takumar
55mm
m42
reversed-lens
2011