''Polygala chamaebuxus'', the shrubby milkwort, is an ornamental plant of genus ''Polygala'' in the family Polygalaceae. It has white flowers with bright yellow stigmatic lobes, and is native to the mountains of west-central Europe. It was known to be grown in cultivation in about 1658 and was illustrated by Carolus Clusius.
Several varieties are also cultivated, for garden use, including '''Grandliflora''', whose flowers are purple-red and yellow.
The plants are hardy, forming.. more