Totally versatile, this extremely rare California native is the perfect groundcover for moist spots. Typically found growing in coastal marshes & fresh water wetland areas from Pt. Reyes north to Mendocino, it’s surprisingly drought tolerant & adaptable. Darling pink 1.5” blooms occur May through July, accompanied by rounded, glossy leaves with scalloped margins. A low & vigorous grower, it quickly spreads via stolons in moist conditions. In full sun & with low water, it may go partially dormant in late-Summer. Terrific as the spiller in a container! To 6-12” tall.