A wonderfully vigorous plant which loves tumbling over walls or rocks. Clusters of rose-pink flowers cover the plant in early-mid summer.
A vigorous, low creeping plant, useful for spilling down sunny slopes or over rock walls. Plants form a low mound of bright-green leaves, literally smothered by starry bright-pink flowers in late spring and early-mid summer. Very rewarding.
Drought tolerant when established.
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit.
From the Alps in 1768.
Common name(s): Tumbling Ted; Rock Soapwort.