This pure white form is rare and very desirable. Flowers can be smaller, but selected forms are equally as large as the type species, and very striking. The foliage is deciduous. Strictly for the alpine house, ideally plunged in sand. Watering can begin again in October, and is very gradually increased until March/April when the rosette increases rapidly in preparation for flowering. Keep a close watch for greenfly and spray with systemic insecticide. 

Large white flowers appear as the foliage fades in late spring, after which the plant must be kept dry until growth reappears in September. Strictly for the alpine house, ideally plunged in sand. Watering can begin again in October, and is very gradually increased until March/April when the rosette increases rapidly in preparation for flowering. Keep a close watch for greenfly and spray with systemic insecticide. The bitterroot and the state flower of Montana.

Position: Lewisia rediva is not hardy in the UK so alpine house or greenhouse cultivation is essential. A well-drained compost is important, John Innes compost No. 1 or 2 , with extra grit or perlite is ideal. A beautiful plant for the alpine house or cold greenhouse, where, protected from the elements, it will flower to perfection.

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