‘Rencis’ differs from its parent plant, Cistus × corbariensis, with its variegation, a more compact growing habit, and its production of fewer flowers. Rencis is characterised by its evergreen variegated leaves, with white margins, that can become tinted copper orange in autumn, and its attractive white flowers, with yellow stamens present May to June. Suitable for caostal planting!
A hardy Cistus, it bears white flowers with yellow centres, borne from rosy pink buds in early summer (June time). Drought tolerant and good for awkward spots like a hot and sunny bank!