This English discovery is counterpart to P. subulata 'Laurel Beth'. P. subulata 'Nettleton's Variation' was discovered in the late 1980's by Robert Potterton as a sport on P. subulata 'Alexander's Surprise'. The white-edged needle-like plant is flushed with pink during the colder months. In early spring, the foliage is topped with large salmon pink flowers... perfect for the rock garden. -

20171219 planted during a warm day (70°F), Drive island front arc, left side between a spiderwort and flamingo phlox, forward
20171216 Big Bloomers $8.95 large container for Drive island,