The pink alumroot stands out with bell-like flowers of pink and white held in clusters on slender stems up to 1 ft tall. The round, scalloped leaves form low, dense mats up to 1 1/2 ft wide and about 6 inches high. This western mountain dweller looks beautiful in a rock garden but will do well in any situation with part shade and good drainage. Needs moderate to occasional irrigation once established. Attracts hummingbirds. Great in a container.
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