Aka. "Delphi Form", a rarely offered species from Greece, where it grows in limestone cliffs. The growth habit is spreading, growing to dense mounds up to 36" wide. The leaves are small, narrow and blue-green, which stay over winter in milder climates or in a alpine house. First flowers appear in spring, but the main season is in summer; for us here in Oregon it's in bloom all summer into fall. The lobes (petals) are almost white, while the buds and tubes are red, creating a great contrast against the foliage. This plant needs excellent drainage and some sources put it in USDA zone 6.