Saxifraga 'Wisley'

Rosette-forming alpine with silver leaves and bright red flowering stems.
Product code: SFO-7
Saxifraga 'Wisley' was the first alpine cultivar raised at the Wisley Rock Garden during the First World War. Larger than the species and producing a striking effect with bright carmine-red flowering stems above tight rosettes of silver encrusted leaves.
Product specifications
Width 15 cm
Height 20 cm
Family Saxifragaceae
Flowering spring
Habitat detail full sun to partial shade
Garden habitat Alpine winter / sunny summer
Soil Grit/lime
Plant category alpine plant
Award of Garden Merit Yes
Other RHS awards FCC
Height range 6 - 20 cm
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