This genus includes two British natives, known as golden saxifrages, but every member of the genus is golden. They are mat-forming perennials with fleshy foliage bearing numerous, small flowers, but the colour is given mainly by the prominent bracts, which last much longer than flowers, so these are colourful plants for several months. They are all good for ground cover in damp, cool places.
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Chrysosplenium davidianum

Spreading soft green mat with many small yellow flowers.