An evergreen Saxifrage for shade. It forms carpets of small rosettes of fleshy, wedge-shaped leaves. The flowering stems are about 5-10 cm tall with small panicles of white flowers with orange anthers.
Great in a shady corner of the rockery; it can be also grown in a trough or a moist stone wall.
Germination: sown in the fall and the pots left exposed to the outdoor temperatures or after cold-moist treatment in the spring. It has very fine seed – sow superficial; usually left in the same pot for one season before transplanting. Another method would be to sow it directly into moss that grows in the garden or in a pot to imitate its natural habitat. You can see in the image that it works!