Rosettes of rounded slightly bristley leaves are green on upper surface and deep red below. They reproduce in the same way as strawberries, sending out 'stolons' or slender stems that then develop small plantlets at their ends which then root and become independant of their parent. May- June red stems to 30cm produce a cloud of starry white flowers with five petals; 3 of them short and painted with deep ink spots and 2 longer to add a touch of elegance to the picture.

Useful, evergreen ground cover in light shade on any reasonable soil

Saxifraga stolonifera


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