Pratia pedunculata – “Blue Star Creeper”

Pratia pedunculata – “Blue Star Creeper”

.25′ x 1-1.5′ Full sun/pt shade Apr-Nov
Small, pale-blue, star-shaped flowers hover above very low, dense mats of tiny, rounded leaves first in the spring and early-summer and then again heavily in the fall when temperatures begin to cool. This creeping groundcover grows most vigorously in moist but well-draining soils. (Synonym: Laurentia fluviatilis)