This grower is sure of this plant identification.
Asarina procumbens. This is a trailing perennial. It forms a dense mat. The leaves are covered in sticky hairs and are about 5cm wide. The flowers will grow singly in the summer, and the blooms are pale pink-orange.
Needs to be grown in sandy soil.
Grown for their flowers.
Happy to swap any of the plants on my listings for unusual alpines, perennials, Galanthus, and rare small tender succulents.