Bulbous perennial that bears whorls of lance-shaped to linear, blue-green leaves. Produces racemes of 3 or 4 cup-shaped pendent greenish-white flowers (1-1/2 inches long) with reddish purple stains or speckles. Flowers from early spring to early summer. Suitable for a rock garden or raised bed.
Eight-petalled flowers are produced above the dark green foliage on this evergreen sub-shrub in the early to midsummer. The flowers are followed by attractive white seed-heads that persist into winter. A delightful alpine that is relatively easy to grow if you give it very good drainage.
A delightful little wild flower from British Columbia, this gem will light up any woodland garden, or even a sunny rock garden. This perennial bears deep-pink reflexed flowers in spring. Height 14 inches; spread 6 inches.