Blue-green ovate leaves are formed on flowering stems emanating from a modest rosette of leaves. Stems lie close to the ground in 15-inch mounds, and from spring to early summer bear small bluebell-like flowers in the leaf axils. The foliage is the more important feature of this plant.
Plant Type: perennial
Plant Form or Habit: low and trailing
Plant Use: Rock garden, front of the border, along foundation plantings.
Light Requirement: full sun
- Flower Color:
- light blue
Height: Minimum: 2 inches Maximum: 4 inches
- Bloom Period:
- late spring
Width: Minimum: 4 inches Maximum: 8 inches
Foliage Texture: coarse
USDA Hardiness Zone: 4
Water Requirements: low
Additional Comments: Prefers well-drained soil. Sow seed in spring; divide in fall. Root cuttings planted in fall may be transplanted in spring. Susceptible to slug damage. Our planting bloomed from June into August. Seed obtained from Jelitto.
Source: Texas A&M