‘Penny Bun’

Pink (H8) flowers, VIII–IX; mid-green foliage; vigorous, compact, forms a “bun”; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm.

Wild-collected; found among stone chippings in a disused quarry near Leedstown, Cornwall, England, by R. A. Ide (Camberley, Surrey) about 1972; introduced by P. G. Zwijnenburg (Boskoop, Netherlands) about 1972.

Named after Miss Penny Ide and the shape.