A new early flowering form of Candytuft bearing clusters of white flowers on nice neat rounded plants which grow to a height of approx. 10cm. The main flowering time is March and April but flowers are often seen at most times of the year. Hardy, evergreen and easy to grow, Iberis thrive in a sunny,well-drained position, either at the front of the border or as an edging for paths. They also look well trailing over walls and banks and are great for planting in tubs and window-boxes where their evergreen leaves will provide year-round interest.
The flowers are well-loved by bees and butterflies and provide them with an early source of food.