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This outstanding form of E. pulchellus was selected for its relatively large grey-green, pubescent foliage (4'), dense, mat-forming habit and astonishing ability to thrive in a wide range of challenging conditions. In early May, individual flower stalks give rise to lightly tinted lavender flowers with a yellow inner eye. Foliage remains less than 6' and forms a tight groundcover, while flowering stems top out at just over a foot tall.
Rock walls, stony places, dry waste places, road-sides, stream-sides and scrub.