This is one of the dwarfest and most beautiful of the genus. The foliage is of a deep olive-green colour, and if propagated by means of cuttings annually, no more compact plant can be imagined, - the flowers pure white, in compact, rounded umbels. In all respects it is the finest of the genus. Any of the Iberises may be employed in the way proposed, and should be propagated annually for the purpose. The flowers, if objectionable, may be cut away, and the freshness of the foliage will be enhanced thereby. They are all dwarf plants, not exceeding four or five inches high in the foliage line. They vary slightly in height when in flower.