This little ground cover is called erodium "Sweetheart" and is a relative of Cranesbill.
The flowers look very cheerful and interesting with their rosy pink veins and conspicuous pinky-brown spots.
I liked the dense habit and the profusion of blooms.
The little hairs at the base of the flowers and on the leaves reflect the light creating the effect of tiny shimmering drops of water. The tag promises a long season of bloom on a tough and easy-care plant. I am looking forward to watching it grow in my garden.
My other two acquisitions are ivy geraniums (pelargonium peltatum). All sorts of pelargoniums are grown in my gardening zone as perennials and they do extremely well here.
I like the warm and cool pink together and will grow these two side by side. Another rosarian recently told me that ivy geraniums will climb about 8' up through a rose (with help), and that's how I plan to grow mine. I am excited to have an alternative to clematis (a classic vining companion to roses) with a longer season of bloom and less maintenance.
I am off to plant now!