Meadow saxifrage is an elegant, pure white meadow flower. The wildflowers if located , are found in hay meadows and grassland, together with roadside verges. Predominately found in the East of England, it has declined nationally. It is certainly rare in Scotland, and the South west. This little wildflower prefers a neutral – alkaline soil and would fit well at the front of the border. It prefers slightly damp but well drained soil, during the main growing season. Therefore it is also ideal on the edge of a woodland or in a garden meadow.
Meadow saxifrage spreads by bulbils rather than seed.