Cerastium tomentosa columnae
Ideal Sun Conditions:
A good drought tolerant ground cover for use in a border, in a xeristrip or a rock garden. Evergreen grayish green leaves with fine hairs (tomentose). Will grow too tall and gangling in too rich and moist a soil. Some areas of the country have noted Cerastium tomentosum to be invasive, but I have not seen those tendencies here. A good substitute for the annual alyssium. Cerastium tomentosum var. columnae is a commonly available variety.
Use in Garden
For use in a sunny, dry location. Excellent for rock gardens, in a xeristrip or border edging.
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