Nice silvery-green rosettes with silver edged leaves. Tall plumes of white flowers extend in early summer, each flower nicely spotted with deep pink spots giving a marvellous, airy effect. The rosettes form mounds only a few centimeters high but tha flower stems may be over 30cm (12") Still in keeping for a stone trough and lovely planted in as stone wall.
Often seen listed as S. 'Kath Dryden' but that name refers to another plant named after the famous Saxifraga specialist. This is one of Kath's plants too.