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...
Low, clumping or spreading plants grown for colorful daisies over long bloom season. These evergreen p...
Dense grower to 5 ft. high and wide, with bright green leaves and lavender flowers.