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Rosularia muratdaghensis   

Similar in appearance to a hairy-leaved Sempervivum with small, creamy white to yellow, tubular flowers on short, erect spikes in summer. From the Rocky Mountain Rare Plant Society, it is native to the Turkish Mts. 

    Hardiness Zones:5-9
    Deer Resistant:No
Growing Tips: Plant in well drained, gritty soil.

About Rosularia: Rosularia is a charming addition to the garden, with soft whorls of thick, fleshy leaves that produce look-alike offsets. It looks nice when used to soften the lines in a stonewall crevice or set in a trough, rockery or alpine garden.