Chubby blue-grey leaves tipped with a pink blush form a pebble-esque groundcover in seascape hues. Easy to grow in low-water or average-water gardens, it’s a beautiful way to bring year-round color to the front of a bed or a container. Grows fairly quickly to form a dense, spreading mat of individual rosettes up to 6” high by 8” wide, each of which produces an arching flower spike tipped with salmon-pink, pendulous, bell-shaped flowers adored by hummers that can last several months. Plant in full sun and provide excellent drainage for best health. Deer and drought resistant.