Who can resist these adorable flowers hovering like butterflies over attractive foliage? A beautiful plant but easily grown, preferring sunshine and a free-draining soil. The flowers are palest pink, almost white, with those eye-catching dark grey blotches and appear almost continuously from late spring to late summer. About 15cm (6") high at most.
The greyish, feathery foliage grows from a central tuft, increasing slowly each year and the habit is low and flat to the ground meaning 'Katherine Joy' is much neater than some similar Erodium and is even compact enough for growing in a trough.
A fine plant that never fails to attract admirers.