Grows 2 in. tall and spreads by creeping stems. Gray-green leaves are oval, 3/4-in. long. Rounded 1/2-in. heads of tiny lavender-pink flowers appear from spring to fall. Takes some foot traffic, so it is used as a lawn substitute. Bees love the flowers.
From China. Though this loquat produces edible fruit, it’s most often used as an ornamental. Gro...
Dense grower to 5 ft. high and wide, with bright green leaves and lavender flowers.
(This common name is used for many plants with whitish foliage; see Dusty Miller.) Native to Italy. Co...