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Genus of around 60 species commonly called stonecresses. They are hardy, evergreen or semi-evergreen perennials, shrubs and subshrubs typically grown for their profuse, pink, red or white flowers. They are cultivated in temperate climates as herbaceous perennials and suit well-draining alkaline soils in rock gardens or wall crevices.
How to propagate Stonecress
Most species self seed readily. Seed in the autumn.
Or propagate by softwood cuttings in the spring.
Other uses of Stonecress
Grown for the prolific flowers. can be grown in a rock garden