Moisture retentive soil
Well drained soil
Lots of small, bright, purplish-red flowers with five pointed petals, erupt from deeper toned buds within a compact carpet of dark green, glossy rosettes.This tiny alpine is simply stunning. During ..
Masses of small, starry flowers with white petals, blotched red at their base, are held in clusters on arching stems above a slowly advancing mat of evergreen rosettes with light green leaves.
Commonly known as 'true London pride', it bears graceful, pale pink star-like flowers on stems that stand tall above a spreading mat of evergreen rosettes with leaves like scalloped, glossy spoons.
Unusual white and yellow flowers, with long lower petals are held in loose clusters above round, reddish-purple leaves edged in lime with purple undersides. This cultivar of a species found in China..
Sprays of pale pink flowers, with dark pink centres and markings to the base of the petals, jostle on red stems above a carpet of leathery, evergreen rosettes with gently scalloped leaves.
This is a mat forming evergreen perennial of dark green glossy leaves arranged in rosettes. It spreads via stolons (over-ground creeping stems) and is fully hardy in the UK.
An unusual Saxifraga highly sought after for its fabulous autumnal display of nodding slightly shaggy pure white flowers that jive and jostle above small mounds of bright green fleshy foliage.
This charming Saxifraga forms small cushions of tightly packed yellowy-green rosettes from which tall gently bowing red stems appear in early summer carrying delicate lemon yellow flowers.
This is a new introduction from Japan that is a variation of Saxifraga fortunei. It is best suited to partial shade in humus rich, moist but well drained soil that is neutral to acidic.