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Petrorhagia

History and Origin:

Petrorhagia is a small genus of plants within the carnation family and are native to the Mediterranean region. They are more commonly known as tunic flowers or coat flowers.

About:

Petrorhagia are low-growing perennials with small flowers, similar to dianthus, that bloom in spring and summer and narrow, grass-like leaves. They are well-suited to containers or rock gardens and make great groundcover plants.

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