Sempervivum tectorum, commonly called house leek (houseleek), is native to the mountains of southern Europe. It is an evergreen, mat-forming succulent that typically forms rosettes (to 4” across) of 50-60 thick glabrous leaves (to 1.5-3” long) that are sometimes purple-tipped.
Cover to the crown of the plant and tamp the soil gently so that the plant is firm in the ground. Water lightly, but you do not need to water newly planted Common Houseleek every day, the way you would with nonsucculents. Common Houseleeks need to let their roots dry out between waterings.