Saponaria ocymoides

(Rock Soapwort). Low growing, creeping plant, useful for spilling down sunny slopes or over rock walls. Plants form a low mound of bright-green leaves, literally smothered by starry pink flowers in late spring. Also useful as an edging in the sunny border, and worth considering in tubs or pots. Prune plants back hard immediately after blooming, to maintain a compact habit. Drought tolerant once established. Semi-Evergreen.

(Rock Soapwort).  Low growing, creeping plant, usefull for down sunny slopes or over rock walls.  Masses of starry pink flowers from late spring.  Lovely as edging in a sunny border or rockery and worth considering for tubs or pots. Prune back after blooming to maintain a compact habit.  Drought tolerant once establised.  Semi-evergreen. 

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