Syn.: Sempervivum simsii Sweet
Family: Crassulaceae DC.
Distribution: An endemic plant of the Canary Islands, grows only on Gran Canaria.
Habitat: It grows on rocky slopes, old walls and roofs, in the southern and central part of island, from 600 to 1900 metres above sea level.
Description: A perennial herb with the leaves in a dense rosette, 8–15 cm high. The leaves are fleshy, lanceolate, ciliate, green, red-striped, the erect flowering stem with umbellate inflorescence, the flowers 1 cm in diameter, yellow, flowering from March to August.
These images were taken in Spain, the Canary Islands, Gran Canaria, Pico de las Nieves (date: 11. 6. 2006).