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It comes from the Southern Alps, Europe; and grows about 12 centimeters high.
The white flowers, which infrequently have a pink tinge, appear in loose clusters above whorls of three-lobed leaves of a pale, dusky khaki-green colour.
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.
It is readily available from a number of nurseries and a mature plant in full flower will stop people in their tracks as they pause to gaze at it.
I think it should be seen more widely in alpine gardens.
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.