A robust, mat-forming, perennial with glossy gray-green foliage. Pure white, star-like flowers add interest in late spring to early summer. An ideal sun-tolerant substitute for moss – perfect for use in rock gardens, to quickly fill in between stepping stones, or as a groundcover.
|Dimensions||7 × 7 × 18 in|
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Plant Type: Perennial
Light Requirement: Full Sun (8hrs. of direct sunlight), Part Sun (5-7hrs of direct sunlight)
Water Requirement: Mid-Level Water
Container Size: 1 GAL.
Bloom Season: Spring
Plant Height: Small (6″ – 12″)
Plant Color: Foliage/Green, White
Suggested Uses: Groundcover, Outdoor Plants
USDA Hardiness Zone: Find Your Zone
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
- Candytuft Snow Cone has pure white flowers and a compact tidy habit
- This perennial does great in landscapes, baskets, containers or as ground cover
- Grows 5-6 inches tall
- CThese plants are generally disease free, but can have issues with caterpillars, slugs, and snails so be sure to check
- These plants do especially well in colder temperatures