Answer: This plant is native to the Mediterranean region, and so does best in a warm, dryish climate. It is a herbaceous perennial (that may become woody toward the base) that forms small tufts from 2 to 10" tall. Its small size makes it especially suited to rock gardens. The plant requires a sandy, well-drained soil; I think the sunlight level you have will be sufficient.
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