Evergreen trailing perennial, up to 4 inches tall makes a wonderful groundcover and accent for rock gardens and containers. Especially effective in a whiskey barrel as it will cascade over the sides. Tolerant of dry conditions and very hardy.
Evergreen trailing perennial, up to 4 inches tall makes a wonderful groundcover and accent for rock gardens and containers. Especially effective in a whiskey barrel as it will cascade over the sides. Tolerant of dry conditions and very hardy. Tiny yellow flowers in spring as a large flush, then sporadically through the summer.
Light shade to full sun.
Well drained soil a must. Not for soggy areas.
Plant 8 to 12 inches apart .
Exposure Full sun to light shade
Soil: Well drained, gravely or sandy soil
Zones 4-9 Will remain evergreen in zones 6 and above
24 × 12 × 4 in
70 Count, 125 Count
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General Information: Blue flower spikes over white and green variegated leaves.
Fast growing plants spread by underground stems to create a great groundcover. Divide clumps when plantings get over crowded. Remove spent flowers, shears or even mowing on a high setting can quickly take care of the old flowers.
These old-fashioned unique succulent plants form a low clump of fleshy leaves, tiny new plants appearing in a circle around the mother in the middle. Excellent ground-cover or accent addition to rock gardens. Requires very little moisture and winter hardy into Zone 2!
Exposure: Plant in sun or partial shade Height: 3-6″ Spacing: 8-12″
As a landscape plant, Bayberry is excellent for massing, borders or combining with broadleaf evergreens. It responds well to a periodic pruning to keep it’s form. An added advantage is that Bayberry has no serious insect or disease problems! Suited for Zones 2-9a.
Excellent ground cover does best in partial to full shade. Reaching a height of 3-4 inches, this is right at home as a base plant for the shade garden plants or shrubs. Blue-violet flowers in spring on 4-6″ spikes are a favorite of bees. Forms a compact, dense mat that prevents weeds from poking through once established. 2-3″ oval shaped leaves form tight rosettes. Bronze foliage is most vivid in cooler temperatures of spring and fall. Stays ‘evergreen’ until temps drop below 15 degrees. Foliage may show more green than bronze in very dense shade or during very hot, humid times. Spreads by stolons, but is not invasive.
Rounded shape with horizontal branching growing to about 20 feet at maturity.
Large, pointed, white to pinkish bracts produced three weeks after our native flowering dogwood. Fruits medium, reddish pink, raspberry-like, very attractive to birds. Foliage scarlet in fall.
Believed to be a cross between S. telephium maximum ‘Atropurpureum’ and S. ‘Ruby Glow’, this beautiful plant adds color to the garden even when not in bloom. New growth shows blue-green leaves that slowly turn deep burgundy purple.
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