Low spreading bushes, Masses of pink and white flowers.
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A lovely new addition with a vigorous but compact habit making low, spreading bushes clothed in little evergreen leaves. Masses of white flowers with the upper petals attractively veined pinkish violet in summer, often in successive flushes. An easy plant but also a useful and very attractive one for any sunny site in reasonable soil.
About 15cm (6") high, spreading, but not invasive and responds well to trimming if it ever does outgrow its space.
A relatively recent cultivar, 'Jean' was found in a garden in the North West Highlands of Scotland and named 'Jean' by a local nursery for one of their friends. Still not widely available.