Let your eye run the length of the alpine wall; an intricate mass of flower is your reward. Petrophytum hendersonii cascades down the south face of the limestone with catkin like racemes of flower. A native to NW USA where its dwarf mat like growth can be found clinging to cliffs and rock faces. The multitude of off white flowers have a slight scent and are ideal to detract from the hideous shades of the dwarf Phlox cultivars belching out lurid shades of red though the diverse range of planting within the limestone mulch.
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