The genus name is derived from Greek "rhodon" rose and "anthemon" flower. They are perennial plants and subshrubs (herbs with a woody lowers stem), with daisy-shaped flowers.
Latin name: Rhodanthemum hosmariense
They grow in full sun, in pebbly and rocky, well-drained soils.
Plant in flowerpots and rock gardens.
Propagated by cuttings.
Subshrub with grayish, deeply lobed leaves and white flowers with a yellow disk, borne from spring to autumn.