Exposure
Sun
Part sun
Soil Moisture Needs
Average
Wet
Growth Rate in the Garden
Fast
Season of Interest (Flowering)
Spring
Summer
Bloom Color
White
Attributes
Rock Garden
Tolerates wet sites
Ground Cover
Water Requirements
Water weekly during dry spells
Prefers consistent soil moisture
Plant in or around water or bog gardens

Pratia angulata 'Treadwellii'

White Star Creeper

A nice mat is formed by black stems zig-zagging through small leaves. Small, white flowers with a light pink tint bloom from late spring to early summer. Can be very tolerant of wet conditions and looks great in a rock garden.

Height:

1 Inches

Spacing:

8"

Additional:

Tolerates moderate foot traffic.

Hardiness Zone:

6-10

Bloom Color:

White

Pratia pra'-tee-ah

Family: Campanulaceae · Common Name: Pratia

Creeping stems make this an excellent groundcover for moist, boggy sites. Dense mats are covered with small flowers all summer.

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