Cultural Name: Cistus salvifolius
Common Name: sage-leaved rock-rose
|Flowering Time:||Spring – Summer|
|Flower Form:||5 Petal|
|Soil Type:||Neutral Well Drained|
Has spreading stems covered by clumpy hairs. This bushy shrub reaches on average 60 centimetres in height, with a maximum of 100 centimetre width. The oval-shaped green leaves are 1 to 4 centimetres long. Hundreds of white flowers and can be shaped into forms making it a great hedging variety. Drought Tolerant and low water needs once established, moderate frost hardiness.