Insects and butterflies adore this plant, as seemingly do many gardeners, because suddenly everybody is asking us about it. Its popularity is in part down to the rave reviews it’s received from growers and gardening magazines. Praise that, in our opinion, is entirely justified. Its long-flowering, toothwortlike, white flowers, held above rounded, fresh-green foliage, are a beautiful sight, and it forms highly attractive almostevergreen groundcover for shady areas. And if that wasn’t enough it also has a delightful scent. We adore it too. Height 40cm. Origin Caucasus, Turkey. Conditions Moist but well-drained soil; part to full shade. Hardiness RHS H7. Season Spring – summer.