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You're welcome Sergio.
Thank you very much for the information Daniele, I think you are right, this plants can be include in genus sempervivum
Maybe a clue: even though it's not the same plant, it reminds me of this one, which is also European, has flowers in cymes and grows in dry environments:http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fichier:Sem...
Wow this flower really look so beautiful!
Amazing pic Sergio!It seems that it grows from the rock :)
Spotted on Aug 25, 2008 Submitted on Jun 29, 2011
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