|The cultivar 'Argenteovariegata' is a low- growing, mat-forming, spreading perennial with soft, medium-green leaves and silvery-white margins. It bears single, cross-shaped, pinkish-mauve blooms held in sparsely-flowered racemes, which are profusely borne in spring. Grows to 2 inches tall and spreads to 24 inches. These make a nice splash of color in rock gardens, borders, or cascading down walls. Watering before and during bloom period is a must; becomes more drought tolerant later on. Cut back spent flowers, leaving 1/2, preferably 2/3 of plant.