The rocky peaks of the White Mountains are home to many different species of plants and many of them are only found in the White Mountains. A plant owes its name to the region of Sfakia and is found at elevations of 1700 to 2400 meters is the kind Cynoglossum sphacioticum. It blooms from May to August and has small violet flowers. Many other important plants found in rocks of the White Mountains, like the kind Ranunculus radinotrichus, that blooms from April to July and has yellow flowers, kind Centranthus sieberi has pink flowers and blooms in the summer and a little cruel Garyfallos (Dianthus sphacioticus). Most common in the White Mountains is the kind Anchusa cespitosa, a cushion plant, endemic to the White Mountains with blue flowers that bloom from May to June.