‘Vivellii Aurea’

Deep rose-pink (H7) flowers, II–IV; dark bronze-green foliage in winter becoming "Old Gold" in summer (when it closely resembles 'Ann Sparkes'); more open habit than the latter but more floriferous; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm.

A sport from 'Vivellii'. Found by O. Schröder (Ekern, Germany) in 1957.

Name of the parent cultivar; aureus = golden yellow