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This small ground cover plan, perhaps an alpine, is flowering now. The leaves are small, narrow and slightly waxy, dark green. The tiny little flowers remind me of mini sweet peas. There are two main purpley/pink petals with a bright yellow centre. It is growing in a garden trough at the moment. I would like to propogate this plant and use it as a ground cover plant. I would appreciate some advice.

Identification help (10/03/2013)Identification help (10/03/2013)

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  • Posted: Sun. 10th March 2013 15:09

Re: Identification help

Reply from Mark Falconer

It is an alpine named Polygala chamaebuxus 'Kaminski' and generally hard to come by in the ordinary commercial garden centre. Beautiful orchid-like blooms...stunning!

  • Posted: Sun. 10th March 2013 19:52

Re: Re: Identification help

Reply from Nicola

Thank you Mark!!

Hi Viv, we have a few Polygala listed in Shoot. Hope that helps?

  • Posted: Mon. 11th March 2013 07:18