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Saxifraga ‘Kath Dryden’   

3" tall, compact rosettes of broad, lime-edged leaves and masses of pretty, white flowers blooming above the foliage in early spring. A vigorous grower that produces many rosettes, continuing to thrive after flowering time. 

    Common Name:Saxifrage
    Hardiness Zones:3-6
    Deer Resistant:Yes
Growing Tips: Requires sharply drained, lime-enriched (alkaline) soil.

About Saxifraga: Saxifraga is a vast highly ornamental genus of much value to the garden. Of easy cultivation, the small plants are perfect for planting in cracks or crevices, as groundcover, at the front of the border or in any rock, trough or alpine garden. There are many different flower colors and foliage textures to choose from.