Brown-Eyed Rock Rose, Cistus ladanifer maculatus, is both handsome and dainty all at the same time! It's hardy nature and robust gray-green foliage mounds over rocky slopes and other places with extreme conditions for year round interest. Spring brings on an abundant amount of paper white blooms with crimson spots at the base of the petals that last well into summer. In certain light, the spots appear a handsome russet hue, giving Brown-Eyed Rock Rose its name. Feel free to use this plant in your more formal garden beds as well for a low maintenance and stunning accent piece.