LITHODORA Heavenly Blue - Perennials - LITHODORA Heavenly Blue
Lithodora Heavenly Blue is a low, mat-forming evergreen plant with small, hairy leaves. Introduced into the U.K. as lithospermum around 1825, this low growing alpine hosts beautiful sky blue gentian-like flowers from May to September. - We grow and distribute a vast range of hardy ornamental and edible hardy plants. daffodil bulbs, tulip bulbs, hyacinth bulbs, raspberry canes, lily bulbs, perennials, shrubs, seed potatoes, cordyline charlie boy, KNIPHOFIA citrina, kniphofia, citrina…
2" tall x 18" wide. 2005 Plant Select Winner. For the Western gardener, there is no finer ground cover. This is a vigorous, fast-growing species that thrive in difficult climates. The ground-hugging stems of round, glossy evergreen leaves, root as they creep across the garden, creating a thick green carpet. Veronica liwanensis can be used like thyme to create a ground cover "lawn". With the first hint of warmer weather to come, the small but numerous spikes of flowers paint the garden blue…
Great Groundcovers! • The Garden Glove
There are groundcovers for hot, dry sites, ground covers for shade, poor soil and areas that are always wet. Groundcovers just need to spread well over a larger area than the average plant and cover the ground with a relatively dense form. Here's a primer on how to grow groundcovers!
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