Many alpines are small and slow-growing - but not this one. That doesn't make it a bad plant - far from it. It grows from a central crown and pushes out long, trailing, flowering stems. It will flower from mid-summer until the frosts with unusually coloured flowers - apricot with red centres - and has attractive, dark green and bronzed foliage. Alluring and different.
A wide-spreading plant that needs some space so you can enjoy it at its best. Ideal where it can trail over a wall or over gravel etc. No more than 15cm high (6"). It is usually best to cut the stems back to the centre in late autumn (just for tidiness) and the whole show starts again in spring.
Different, attractive and beautiful. And it's an Award of Garden Merit plant. It just needs the space to shine.