One of a kind
The Saxifraga genus has several species suitable for growing in a rockery or alpine greenhouse.
Saxifraga exarata subps. moschata 'Cloth of Gold' or mossy saxifrage has exceptional evergreen foliage in soft golden rosettes and a domed habit, 10 cm in height and 25 cm in width. One of a kind in the huge Saxifraga genus.
For scree, alpine rockery, alpine greenhouse.
Grows very well in alpine troughs or in half-buried terracotta pots.
Grow in partial to full shade in fertile, humus-rich, well-drained garden soil.
A useful tip: Saxifraga 'Cloth of Gold' hates warm, humid summers which can encourage the development of botrytis blight and conversely also dislikes drought.
So this is plant that needs a more experienced gardener. ;-)
- 0,4L pot
- Hardiness zones : zone 6-10
- Height: less than 10 cm
- Plant spacing: 20 cm
- Flower colour: white
- Flowering period: spring flowers
A simple cushion of dense rosettes with tough green-grey, lime-encrusted leaves and a very attractive spring flowers.£3.99
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A last flower before the winter.£4.29
Black in the garden£5.29
Mr Fortune's Saxifrage£3.99
A comely colourful cushion!£3.99
A rare botanical colour£4.29
Its curved leaves, encrusted with limestone filigree, form a compact and hard rosette£4.09