Ground covers, Perennials
Slender-stemmed, much-branched plants are upright or spreading, ranging from 3 in. to 4 ft. tall. Bloom is profuse in summer, covering plants in clusters of tiny single or double flowers in white, pink, or rose. Leaves (sparse when plants are in bloom) are typically blue green.Gypsophila repens
Native in alpine regions from central Europe east to central Asia. Grows to 6–9 in. high, with trailing stems 1 1/2 ft. long. Leaves are narrow, less than 1 in. long. Clusters of small white or pink flowers. To propagate, take cuttings in midsummer.
Excellent groundcover, 6–8 in. high, spreading slowly but widely. Pleasantly scented, dark green...
Native from Vermont to Alabama, west to North Dakota, Wyoming, and New Mexico. This stout-stemmed plan...
Dependable selection typical of the species.