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Thrift, Faery

Armeria caespitosa (A.juniperifolia)

Light: Full Sun
Water: Normal- Dry
Soil: Sandy-Loamy
Common Uses:Alpine Rockery, Borders, Garden Railroads, Miniature/Faery Garden, Ornamental

“Cockroach hardy” alpine offers rose colored clusters of flowers in the early spring. Grassy tufts look great the entire season. Accompanied by “Veronica, Sunshine” growing around it, you have a great start to another growing season.

Veronica, M & Mini Blue Carpet

Veronica spicata nana 'M & M Blue Carpet'
Cold Tolerance: Zone 4b 5a 5b 6a 6b 7a 7b 8a 9a
Light: Full Sun to P.Sun
Height: 2in. x 12in. spreading
Water: Normal
Soil: Sandy
Flowers: Early Summer to Late Summer to Middle Summer
Common Uses:Alpine Rockery, Borders, Butterfly, Groundcover, Miniature/Faery Garden, Ornamental, Walk About
M & M Blue Carpet is a very sweet Mulberry Creek introduction selected from a seed grown variety that has extra small leaves, but all the same flower power as other veronicas. Bright blue buds pop up through the carpet of green leaves each summer. Slowly spreads to form a thick carpet. Plant about 6-12 inches apart for an eventually solid groundcover.

Veronica, Sunshine

Veronica repens 'Sunshine'
Cold Tolerance: Zone 5b 6a 6b 7a 7b 8a 9a
Light: Full Sun to P.Sun
Height: 3/4in. groundcover
Water: Wet-Normal
Soil: Organic
Flowers: Early Summer
Common Uses:Alpine Rockery, Butterfly, Garden Railroads, Groundcover, Miniature/Faery , Garden, Ornamental, Shade, Walk About

Tiny, pinkish spikes in June add another 75 watts to this already fluorescent gold leaved ground-cover. Needs full, hot sun for best color. Will also brighten any partially shaded pocket where thymes won't grow. Here the leaf color fades to lime green only to start over gold each spring.