10 Top Succulent Plants for the Midwest | Midwest Living The Sempervivum hens-and-chicks are a group of succulents that grow in low, rosette-forming colonies. With their wide range of colors and textures--some develop long, white hairs that resemble cobwebs--they're perfect for a rock garden or in containers. Their common name comes from the way these succulents spread, with new growth (chicks) forming from the mother rosette (hen). Up to 6 inches tall Full sun and well-drained soil
Venus Flytraps are very easy to grow. The more light they get, the more colorful they become. The less light, the less color, but they grow bigger. Peat moss, distilled water, and warm temps are all that are needed.