‘Pyrenees Pink’

Deep pink (H8) flowers, VIII–X, fading to white; dark green foliage; forms a compact spreading dome; height 16–20cm; spread 46–60cm.. In dry summers this does not perform well, producing fewer flowers; it also has a rather untidy appearance.

Introduced by G. Underwood & Son (Hookstone Green Nursery, West End, Woking, Surrey, England) in 1936; the origin of this cultivar is not known.

Name presumed to have been acquired because it came from The Pyrenees.