An evergreen perennial native to the Siskiyou mountains of Northern California and Southern Oregon. The plant has a fleshy, spoon-shaped leaves, arranged in flat rosettes. The flowers are 1 inch across, and vary wildly in color and sometimes include semi-doubles. Expect to see blooms of purple, pink, yellow, orange, white, or any mix of these colors. These plants will attract butterflies and bees. Plant in full sun locations in sandy, gravel type soil. Do not over water. This strain is deer resistant and drought tolerant as well.