Grown in a 4.5 inch pot
A silvery leaved ground cover that spreads to cover a shade to part sun area, rooting where ever the stem touches the ground. It can easily be trimmed back to constrain its size. Once established it performs well in dry shade, an area that is commonly difficult to plant. The lavender blooms appear in clusters in the spring, then sporadically until fall. Once established, dig a rooted stem and use in a container. A nice foliage accent.
Exposure: Shade to part sun
Bloom time: Spring to summer
Height: 15 to 20 cm
Spread: 30 - 60 cm
Water Requirements: Average to dry
Special Attributes: Deer and rabbit resistant.