Canary Dwarf Rock Roses and Spotted Rockroses are native of rocky, sun exposed spots in remote areas on the Canary Islands and the Mediterranean region. Helianthemum species are mostly short, woody perennial subshrubs with narrow to oval, silvery shiny to bluish-green foliage and elongated, and upright growing racemes with unusual large, bright yellow flowers. Tuberaria species are either small perennials with semi-woody stems or biannuals with bright yellow flowers. All are easily grown as pot plants in any well drained, rocky soil in full sun throughout the year. Keep drier in winter in full sun at a minimum of some 12°C.
Sow tiny seeds flat on any well drained, rock-sandy soil. Do not cover seeds with soil. Place pots in a preferably sunny spot. Always keep slightly moist from beneath. Transplant to larger pots after the fourth pair of leaves.
30 seeds per package.
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