Makes neat mounds of fleshy, blue-grey leaves covered with large heads of rosy-pink flowers later in summer - an end of summer feast for butterflies. About 10cm (4") high.
We like this plant a lot - it's attractive, easily grown and is adaptable to a range of soils and conditions. And it always looks neat and tidy. Dies back to resting buds for winter but reappears as fresh as ever in spring.