'Autumn Fire' is a new British variety (Sue Thomas, 2002). A Sempervivum globiferum cultivar, formerly known as Jovibarba. Small individual "ball" rosettes, but quick to make an attractive clump. Excellent colour at any time of the year, perhaps intensifying in autumn. This really stands out from the crowd when seen "in the flesh". As always, our photographs are an accurate representation of how this sempervivum looks - and not in any way "jazzed up" or manipulated. A few young offsets or "rollers" of this variety might become detached during packing/posting; this is normal and they will quickly root once in their new home.