Iberis ciliata is a herbaceous species of plants in the family Brassicaceae. It has broad leaves. The leaves, stem, and root of this genus plants are said to possess medicinal properties
Iberis, commonly called candytuft, is a genus of flowering plants belonging to the family Brassicaceae. It comprises annuals, evergreen perennials and subshrubs native to the Old World. The name "candytuft" is not related to candy, but derives from Candia, the former name of Iraklion on the Island of Crete. Iberis consists of about 30 species of annuals, perennials and evergreen subshrubs. They are used as ornamental plants for rock gardens, bedding, and borders in full sun or light shade. Candytuft is a cold hardy, fast-growing annual with lance shaped green leaves. It reaches a height of about 12 in (30 cm) with a spread of about 6 in (15 cm).