Expands to cover 12-18" of ground with its white flowers over glossy green leaves.
||white (spring-early summer)
We left this plant behind in our Pennsylvania garden (and wish it well); we don't grow it in Houston.
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|Ron W.||Jul 25, 2014||I'm in the middle of Kansas, zone 6. Can I fall-plant plants of Whitewater Speedwell? How soon, how late? Do y9u have them? What is some other groundcover(s) that don't get much more than
6 or 8 inches tall that will choke out crabgrass? Y0ur help is appreciated.|
If you water them well and get them nicely established before winter, fall planting should work just fine for the speedwell. As for ground covers – there are entire books written on the subject. You'd do better to ask around locally for a solution that works in your particular situation. A lot depends on whether (and when) you want flowers, what kind of sun exposure, moisture, etc.
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