back after flowering to keep their compact form. "Snow in
Summer" dislikes having wet feet while dormant. Great for slopes
I have some volunteer Snow in Summer plants that are just
thriving growing in my driveway rocks. The only water they get is
Purchase pre-started Snow in Summer plants at your local Garden Center.
Once established, plants may be divided in early spring.
Potential pests ~ diseases: Rare.
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