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Petrorhagia saxifraga ‘Lady Mary’   

Compact mounds of lacy foliage bear masses of double pink flowers in early summer. A European native growing just 8" tall. Perfect for rock or alpine gardens. 

    Common Name:Tunic Flower
    Hardiness Zones:5-9
    Deer Resistant:No
Growing Tips: Easily adaptable to various growing conditions.

About Petrorhagia: Petrorhagia is of great ornamental value to any alpine or rock garden. Easy to grow, they are known to be a profuse bloomer with flowers that look like small, miniature carnations. Multiple uses include placing in crevices, rock, alpine & trough gardens, around flagstones or tucked into the border.