Helianthemum nummularim ‘Wisley Pink’
|Scientific Name||Helianthemum nummularim ‘Wisley Pink’|
|Common Name||Rock Rose|
|Family||Cistaceae (Rock Rose)|
|Habit||Spreading, low subshrub|
|Growth Form||Moderate fast growth rate. Foliage: Generally evergreen or semi-evergreen, |
semi-woody stems; oblong to linear, variously green including silver or gray-green.
|Mature Size||Height: 8-16″ Width: 12-24″|
|Flowers||Pale pink, orange inner. Raceme-like (racemose) cymes with 4-12 flowers,|
saucer-shaped, with 5 petals resembling roses, hence the name.
Bloom Time: late spring to early summer, May-June.
|Hardiness||Zones 5-8 Requires excellent drainage and winter protection to survive in Zone 5.|
|Sun Requirements||Sun North, part shade South|
|Water Requirements||Low to moderate amounts and frequency.|
|Soil Requirements||Well drained to sandy or rocky, neutral to alkaline preferred, moderately fertile|
|Other Info||Non-Aggressive, |
Not native to North America,
Native to the Mediterranean.
Rock gardens and Xeriscapes.