These low-growing plants spread by rooting surface runners. One species is an often-seen small-scale groundcover; the other is an interesting foliage plant.
Grows 2–3 in. high and spreads 4–6 ft. wide. Heart-shaped leaves are covered with silvery down, as are the stems. Eye-catching, shimmering container plant; cascades over the edge of pots or window boxes. Can also be used as a small-scale groundcover. Easy to grow from seed. Use as an annual in cold-winter areas.
To 2–3 ft. high by 6–8 ft. wide. Vivid orange-red.
Grows just 2–2 1/2 ft. high and wide and has mint green leaves with a creamy white border.
Native to China, Japan, Australia. Has a most unfiglike habit; it is one of the few plants that attach...