This surprising beauty morphs as it grows. The white flowers open, at first, in a plate or saucer shape. Then they grow into a candle-like inflorescence. Like coloured gems on a ring, single flower petals are circularly arranged in the centre.
Sow from March to April in seedling trays. Alternatively, sow directly to a sunny to partially shaded spot in the field. Iberis sows itself and will last several years in the garden on its own.
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