Saxifraga corymbosa forms rosettes of small glaucous leaves, topped by 5-10 cm tall flowering stems with yellow flowers. Usually found in groups and in combination with other saxifrages like S. paniculata and S. demissa on outcrops and big boulders.
It is considered to be an easier to grow Saxifrage comparing with others, so give it a try! Lovely in the rockery, trough, container or in drystone walls.
Germination: best sown in the fall and let the pots exposed to the outdoor temperatures or after cold-moist treatment in the spring. Very fine seeds – it needs to be sown superficial and usually left in the same pot for one season before transplanting.