Walking the dogs yesterday, I ran across an old pot of Hen and Chicken (also called Hens and Chicks or Graptopetalum) in bloom at a neighbors house. It is the first time I have ever seen it in bloom, which is cool. And I also wanted to show a full container of Hen and Chicken that has been growing for many years. In February I rooted some stems of Hen and Chicken and planted them in a small strawberry jar. I do hope mine will fill in and bloom. As I said, once these are established, they are really carefree. Just make sure you put them in a soil that is mixed with fine gravel, or chicken scratch, to keep the soil very porous. Remember, do not over water, and let them enjoy sun.