Size wise, it fits into the medium group, being 6 - 10cm across. It always strikes me as bigger though, maybe because it stays in fairly small clumps. It is quite a fast grower, but tends to only produce 2 or 3 offsets on medium length stolons. These root a little way from the parent plant, giving a feeling of a cluster of individual plants instead of a more defined clump. The rosettes are a good structured neat shape and stay that way throughout their life.
Sadly its flowers let it down a bit, being a very pale pink on the end of thin unbranched stems. Flowers mid summer and have finished by August.
- Cultivar from US
- Size: medium, 6 - 10cm
- Summer Colour: olive/gold with burnt orange tips
- Rosette: Neat
- Offsets: Few, on medium length stolons
- Clump: Doesn't tend to clump, instead new plants settle a little way form the parent
- Flower: Pink on thin stalks
- Winter hardiness: Good, although does not like sitting in water.