The delicate small sized foliage shows off a marked variegation: bright pink on the young shoots, turning white and then pale pink at the end of the season. The young purple-red stems stand out well.
The pale purple flowers form in July – August.
The habit is very dense and cushion shaped, its dimensions are reduced, not higher than 0,50 m.
The subtle alliance of tones from deep pink to white and a paler pink on the same plant, the slow growth and the flowers in summer make PINK LADY ideal for pots. Grown outside, it lightens up the borders of beds.
Cut back lightly the tips of the shoots at the end of winter.
ANDRE BRIANT JEUNES PLANTS