‘Golden Rivulet’

Mauve (H2) flowers, VIII–IX; yellow-gold foliage in summer, turning orange in winter; prostrate when young but develops a semi-prostrate habit; height 16–20cm; spread 26–30cm. It does not suffer as much from scorch as other orange-foliage lings.

Found by P. G. Davis (Haslemere, Surrey, England); introduced by P. G. Davis by 1968. Yates described it as an introduction from Holland.

Name alludes to the foliage colour.