Exposure
Shade
Season of Interest (Flowering)
Summer
Foliage
Bloom Color
White
Attributes
Ground Cover
Rock Garden
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Riverbend Nursery (AKW)

Sagina subulata 'Aurea'

Scotch Moss

Dense tufts of slender stems grow together to form a lush carpet of gold, small star-shaped delicate white flowers on slender stalks engulf the plant in the spring, ideal as a groundcover, terrific between rocks and stones, blooms early summer.

Height:

2-2 Inches

Spacing:

12-18" (30-46 cm)

Additional:

Water weekly during dry spells.

Hardiness Zone:

6-9

Bloom Color:

White.

Sagina (sa-ji'-na)

Family: Caryophyllaceae · Common Name: Pearlwort, Irish or Scotch Moss

Low-growing plants often used as ground cover, on embankments and between stepping stones. The mosslike foliage is often finely textured and may produce tiny white flowers.

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