Moroccan daisy (Rhodanthemum sp.) belongs to the Asteraceae (the Aster family). It is a perennial herb that is mostly native to exposed rocky places in Northern Africa, Morocco and Algeria. The Rhodanthemum genus consists of 10-15 species. They are mat-forming, prostrate, drought tolerant, and some are cultivated as ornamental plants. This herb grows up to a height of 10-30 cm. The leaves are silvery and divided deep pinnately. The flower heads are white to pink with yellow or brown centers, and bloom from March to June. The photos are a cultivar 'Elf Pink' which is hybrid between Rhodanthemum gayanum and Rhodanthemum hosmariense.