Woolly-silverleaved groundcover. Likes to sprawl itself across our stone paths. Looks best when in bloom, with pretty little white flowers, but makes for a nice shimmery effect the rest of the year too.
||snow in summer
||white (late spring)
This plant used to grow in our garden, but it slipped away...
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|Beth Shannon||Apr 16, 2005||Rob - are you selling this plant? If so, how much with shipping and tax?
Sorry Beth, I don't sell plants by mail. It's not uncommon - with some luck, you should be able to find it locally
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