Little silvery green buns, sprays of white flowers.
A really cute little silver Saxifraga, 'Minor' lives up to its name. It will eventually form an even dome of small rosettes. The dainty 12cm (5") reddish flower spikes emerge in summer carrying little white flowers.
'Minor' is quite slow-growing but it's not difficult. It prefers a gritty soil in sunshine and deserves a place where it can grow away slowly, not crowded by more vigorous plants. Perfect in a stone trough or other container, in a crevice on the rock garden and makes a nice specimen in a clay pot or pan.