Saxifraga Urbium Variegata
The easiest types of Saxifraga to grow. This variety could easily be mistaken for a sedum owing to it’s succulent leaves and similarly hardy attributes. Forms a low but dense mound of attractive, evergreen foliage with dark green and yellow variegated leaves in rosettes. Clusters of small white/pink flowers to 5mm are produced in late spring on long, protruding stems from the centre of the plant. Ideal for filling a patch as a ground-cover in shade where little else will grow. Plant looks at it’s best when allowed to spread for maximum effect.
Great in a rockery with dappled sunlight but will tolerate full shade or direct sun as long as the soil is relatively well drained and does not dry out completely.