Hen and Chicks

Hen and Chicks love my mom’s back patio.


Hen and Chicks in August

I think this colony originally came from Grandma’s farm near Lexington, Oklahoma. (The farm was also loaded with rose rocks, the state rock of Oklahoma. But that’s a different set of photos.)


Hen and Chicks in October

I’ve noticed the green of this succulent deepens and the tips of the leaves turn a dark reddish color when it gets cold. This variety is tolerant of Oklahoma winters, even including a layer of ice.

Hen and Chicks in January on Cottonmouth Creek

Hen and Chicks in January


About Jan

I write. I cook. I take pictures. I sew. I design. I create.
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  1. Pingback: Hen and Chicks Spring 2017 | Cottonmouth Creek

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