Free Hen & Chick Plants Giveaway

Young’s Garden wants to give you some free succulent plants! We are going to send the contest winner or assortment pack or 10 hen and chick varieties. Because we want customers to be excited when they receive their orders, we typically include a hen and two chick plants with each sempervivum variety ordered (that means you’ll get approx. 30 plants).

Just leave a comment on this post to enter the contest. On May 31st the contest ends. We’ll randomly select a winner and contact them via email on June 1st.

If you want an even better chance of winning put a link on your blog to this post, let us know you did, and we’ll enter your name 3 times into the contest. Good Luck!

Take a look at our colorful hens and chicks. You could receive 10 of these varieties free.

Sempervivum Plant Contest

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30 thoughts on “Free Hen & Chick Plants Giveaway

    • Stick them in the dirt and they will root quickly. The only way that I know of to help it along would be with rooting hormone. But I have never done a test to see how much that helps with semps.

  1. Just getting into succulents and love, love, love them!!! I have a big wagon wheel rim that I want to plant different succulents in each section. I have some cat and kittens, but I didn’t realize there were so many different types!

  2. I have enjoyed this flower for a long time. My mother-in-law started showing me how unique this plant is by putting it with other flowers. We have always had aloe in our garden and used it for burns and sunburns. I am now showing my daughter and daughter-in-laws how special these plants are and all the things you can do with them. I even plan to make fairy gardens with my grandchildren this summer, the free ones would be very useful:)

  3. I’m in the process of creating a vertical succulent garden, and any extras would help! Succulents are some of the coolest plants to work with, and so amazingly hardy

  4. I love succulents. I have several around my goldfish pond, but I have a hard time finding them at a reasonable price.

  5. I love your site. I have a couple different kinds of hens and chicks but never realized there was such a variety, totally cool!

  6. Love hens and chicks, found this site by accident and have fallen in love with all the varieties that you have. The quality and quantity that I get from Young’s is just great. Was told I went a bit overboard buying but the outcome looks great. Have made a few hanging bags and turned some fountains that do not work into semp containers, also have put some in my brick wall by pond.

  7. What a wonderful enticement you’re offering! The astounding variety of these plants is positively amazing. And you are right about their growing popularity (again) — I am seeing them offered in many mainstream garden centers as well as from rare plant specialists. You do have some gorgeous ones.

  8. I am new to the succulent game and just love them! I have about 5 different kinds now on my porch and would love to expand the family.

  9. In just the past two days I have absolutely fallen in love with succulents. Your webstie is so informative and you have fabulous ideas – I want to order one of everything. Love the plater bags, purse, and the little birds are so precious. Working on my shopping list. I have an anniversary coming up – it looks like a Young’s wish list is in my husband’s future.

  10. This will be my first time growing succulents. A friend of mine has some and they are so beautiful. I am excited to try my own.

  11. I love watching Hens and Chicks grow! They are all so very different! I have some now with the stalks and they are blooming! They are so very pretty and unusual! Some of mine are the deep red! I love them! We moved from the east coast! I had them there, but only one variety! I would love to have more different ones!

  12. I sure do hope this contest is held every year! This last fall was my first experience planting Hens & Chicks a dear elderly lady in McCammon Idaho gave me some start to plant for my dear mother here in Spring Creek Nevada. I watched the video on how to plant the chicks and…… there’s nothing to it. If you have any idea the weather conditions here I must say I was skeptical cause winter hit hard and cold and snow.. Well its April 15th and EVERY SINGLE CHICK are beautiful thriving colorful already.

    Now all my parents friends ( retired)in this area are begging me to give them my baby chicks when they hatch. This is such a wonderful find for those who are unable to care for temperamental flower gardens and want color and beauty in their yards.

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