An attractive but rarely offered mat forming perennial with small rounded leaves emerging in early spring or persisting throughout the winter months in milder locations. These grow from slender rhizomes just like many campanulas and while they grow well in troughs, we'd recommend that you watch them closely as they do tend to run around. A situation where these is not too much nutrition in the soil may help flowering, too much nitrogen and it will produce masses of leaves!
Flowers are held on short stems just above the foliage and are lilac-purple in colour. It could be mistaken for a Mazus as it is in the same genus!
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