Raoulia

This genus includes some splendid plants, variously described as cushions, hummocks and sheep, very difficult to grow. Some of them form flat mats (carpets if you wait a little longer) of tiny, silver leaves, useful in a rock garden, raised bed or trough, to cover spaces between larger plants. There are also various hybrids, usually excellent silver-foliage plants.
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Raoulia australis

Mat of tiny, bright silver leaves, with clusters of tiny, yellow flowers.
£4.00