White Star Creeper

White Star Creeper (Pratia angulata) has a profusion of starry white flowers in spring and deep green, rounded foliage spread by multiple branched stems above the ground. In the fall, White Star Creeper has globular, reddish-purple fruit in autumn, attracting birds.  Ideal plant for lawn substitution, patios and pond area.

Size: #4 True

Spacing: Plant 12″ apart.

Height: Tight to the ground.

How To Grow: Plant in morning shade to full sun.

Foot Traffic: Heavy

Hardy Zones: 7,8,9,10

Tips: This plant will tolerate wet or dry conditions.

Uses: A ground cover in and around Patios, Pathways,  Ponds, Pools, Borders, Rock Gardens

(information provided by http://www.stepables.com and picture © 2011 Under A Foot Plant Co.)

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