This little Lewisia was blooming in my garden last month. Named after the intrepid explorer of Lewis and Clarke fame, it’s a beauty. The colors are warm tones of orange, yellow and pink. This is yummy color. Eye candy. Loveliness to behold. I imagine that it tastes like honey butter with a little bit of raspberry tangerine syrup and sparkling with beams of sunshine. It’s pretty tough too. I brought home some four inch pots nine months ago and just stuck them in a larger pot. Not planted, just waiting. They seem to like this position, under a Japanese Maple. Good drainage, part sun, tight space and mostly ignored. This spring they bloomed for weeks and appear to be going strong. I’m looking forward to finding a permanent space for this sweet alpine Lewisia.
Just the Facts
Lewisia cotyledon ‘Sunset Group’
Full sun to part shade
4-8″ Hi 12″ Wide (15cm x 30cm)
Needs good drainage
4 thoughts on “Lewisia Sunset Group”
Love the look and color of the flower….really special!
I love these, even though they never seem to flower for long in my garden and have never survived a winter. Good luck with yours!
Delicate and beautiful. What about hardiness?
It’s zoned 5-8, but I think our wet winters might be a problem.