A real must for the rock garden or trough being as small as it is and evergreen. The new growths from this plant tend to originate from the centre of the plant. These form arching branches up to around 50 cms long each. The leaves are finer than C. cartmannii 'Joe' and have a bronze tint, being as deeply cut however. The flowers on this hybrid are smaller than 'Joe' and have a very distinct yellowish-cream colouration. This plant however does produce many more flowers and indeed the foliage can hardly be seen when in full flower. Similar to C. Moonbeam but this is femail and the leaves are finer divided retaining more of the bronze colouring. Flower colour is also slightly greener.