|Erect, evergreen subshrub that bears unusual whorls of hooded flowers. Leaves are wrinkled, heart-shaped, gray-green, to 6 inches long. Excellent for the flower border. Mixes well with rock roses and lavender. If plant become too leggy, selectively prune back, no more than half the plant.
'Edward Bowles' produces sulfur-yellow flowers, lighter on the hoods, in early and midsummer. 3 feet tall, 5 feet wide.