Plants By Type
Carey’s Saxifrage can grow to be up to thirty-two inches tall. This one does great when added to bodies of water. It grows in soils that are moist and also in rocky soil areas. It blooms during the spring months. This plant matures well in full sunlight and climate zones three through eleven. It has large leaves at the bottom of the plant, and long stems grow from the center. They are adorned with tiny white flowers when in bloom. These plants can be found growing around rivers, streams and also in mountain areas.