Meiracyllium trinasutum - dwarf, creeping species with fragrant pink flowers

 Meiracyllium trinasutum
     Also called Meiracyllium wendlandii (though trinasutum is considered the correct name), this is a dwarf, creeping species native to Mexico and Guatemala. It can quickly cover whatever it is growing on, forming an interesting, dense mat. Its bright pink flowers are ½ to 3/4" across. And IT'S FRAGRANT!!! As small as the flowers are, they put out a delightful spice-like fragrance (like cloves).