|Size and form
|A velvety, spreading, perennial herb 30-60cm high and 30cm-1m wide.
|Flowers, leaves and fruit
|An umbel inflorescence of 6-12 pink flowers with purple inner markings occur on a long and downy stalk from October to March. Leaves are opposite, hairy and slightly lobed with rounded, toothed and wavy margins.
|Suitable for well-drained soils in a full-sun to semi-shade position. Tolerant of dry conditions and useful for rocky areas and soil binding. In summer it can die down to a rootstock and then reshoot the following autumn.