Moehringia tommasinii belongs to Caryophyllaceae (the Carnation family). It is a perennial herb that is native to Croatia, Italy and Slovenia. This herb grows on limestone rocks and can reach about 10 cm in height. The stem is hairless and fragile. The leaves are narrowly-oblong or spoon-shaped, blue-green and pointed. The flowers are white, usually solitary with long-stalked, and bloom from June to July.