A form of Saxifraga corymbosa that has purple hairs on the stems; perhaps not recognized by all Saxifraga authorities but without question particular. And extremely rare…
The perfect one for those suffering of saxophilia!
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.