Saxifraga virginiensis / Early Saxifrage
A low wildflower of rocky, well-drained places. Drainage is essential for this plant to thrive.
Lights up a rock garden in spring. Plant with other diminutive wildflowers and sedges.
A low, clumping wildflower of low competition habitats, such as rocky banks and even roadsides on occasion. Prefers well-drained but moist places.
Plant with other diminutive wildflowers and sedges. Will light up a rock garden in spring.
Height: <1′ Blooms: May, June
Siting: Dry to moist soil, part sun
Deer Resistance: Moderate
Three inch pot