Shell-pink (H16) flowers, VI–X; light green foliage; height 16–20cm; spread 26–30cm. Deserves to be more widely grown.

Wild-collected: from Hamel Down or Hunter’s Tor, Devon, or Trink Hill, Cornwall, England, collected by Miss M. B. G. Waterer (Eden Valley’, Ludgvan, Cornwall) about 1941; introduced by Knap Hill nursery (Woking, Surrey) by 1960.

Named after a Scottish friend of Miss Waterer.