They grown up to 4-12" tall, blooming in June. They have bright, pink blossoms with yellow anthers in the center and dark green, waxy leaves. They are an evergreen shrub.
Flower Type: Flowers regular with 5 petals forming an open bell
Flower Color: Purple
Leaf Arrangement: Opposite
Plant Type: Wildflower (Low and creeping forming dense clusters on mountaintops)
Leaf Type: Tiny ovals, entire (smooth edge) and covered in brown scales
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