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It is an outstanding dwarf shrubby plant that originated around 1910 in the then famous garden belonging to the late Miss Ellen Willmott at Great Warley in Essex.It grows to a height of about 18 centimeters and flowers from May to August.It comes from the Southern Alps, Europe; and grows about 12 centimeters high.This is a genus of about 70 species of herbaceous perennial plants that are found at higher altitudes throughout the Northern Hemisphere growing in open meadows and woodlands.
The picture shows it growing in the corner of a shady trough, but I also grow it amongst other woodland and ericaceous plants where it has obligingly seeded itself about forming an attractive swathe of about 12 centimeters high with a spread of about 60 centimeters.
The tepals are 10-18 millimetres (0.4-0.7 in) long and white, but with a "strong green line".
Each plant has 2–3 narrow, linear leaves, each up to 15 cm (6 in) long.
This is the only species in the genus, but there are a number of distinct named forms, some with double flowers and various flower colours.
Now, this is a plant that I have rarely seen in gardens.