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Mature Height
4 inches
Soil Type
normal, sandy
Mature Spread
6-12 inches
Flower Color
white
Mature Form
Spreading
Foliage Color
hunter green
Growth Rate
slow
Fall Color
silver
Sun Exposure
full sun
 
3-8
Moisture Requirements
dry
 
 
 
About the Snow in Summer :

The Cerastium ‘Snow in Summer’, Cerastium tomentosum, is a wonderful bright-white, star shaped flower that blooms from last spring to early summer. The silvery, mat-forming foliage looks great as a ground cover, in rock walls or between stepping-stones. It may have the tendency to spread but has no serious pests and diseases. ‘Snow in Summer’ has a plant height of 4” with a plant spread of 6-12”.

This easy to grow perennial requires full sun and will grow in dry to moist soils that are well drained. One should sheer back ‘Snow in Summer’ after flowering to keep it clean and compact and to keep from spreading. For a perennial that can be planted anywhere, ‘Snow in Summer’ is the way to go

 

 

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