The Irish saxifrage (Saxifraga rosacea) belongs to Saxifragaceae (the Saxifrage family). It is a perennial herb that distributed in the northern part of Europe. This herb grows on the slopes of mountainous rocky gravel and can reach 5 to 25 cm in height. The leaves are cuneatic and have petioles, usually split into three. From spring to early summer, the flowers bloom 2-3 cm in diameter. Flower colors include white, pink, and red.