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Lewisia ‘George Henley’   

Plants form tight, symmetrical rosettes of spatulate deep green, thick, fleshy leaves. Flowers are held in racemes and are wine red in color. Best grown in scree or gravely soil or in alpine troughs. Grows 6" tall. 

    Common Name:Bitter Root
    Hardiness Zones:6-8
    Deer Resistant:No

About Lewisia: Lewisia contains both solid and candy striped flowers in varying colors, held above thick fleshy leaves and stems. They really enjoy rock crevices and sharp stone slopes but will adapt readily to rock or alpine gardens or troughs. If placed in the garden border care needs to be taken to not overwater.