Lustrous, evergreen foliage turns a striking burgundy-red in winter. White flower clusters in spring cover this lovely compact and mounding habit. Small blue-black berries in fall. Low maintenance, easy to grow with superior disease resistance.
Beside this, is Arabis a perennial?
Arabis is a beautiful herbaceous perennial with long-lasting spring blooms. … Growing to around 15cm tall, Arabis is a popular choice for alpine and rockery gardens, edging or even growing in a container.
Simply so, how tall do Snowcap daisies get?
What is the shortest Daisy?
‘Snow Lady‘ _ ‘Snow Lady‘ is a vigorous, upright, clump forming, deciduous perennial with oval to lance-shaped, coarsely-toothed, dark green leaves and, in summer, white flower heads with yellow central discs.
Planting and sowing arabis
Arabis loves well drained soil types and grows very well in sandy soil. It likes very sunny spots but tolerates light shade.
The plants prefer to be grown in full sunlight, but are quite hardy and therefore tolerant to light shady conditions. The soil type is not overly important, but it should be well drained, and ideally (though not essentially) have a pH of 5.5 to 7.
Senetti has excellent branching with good vigor and plants are unmatched for fall/winter and early spring season color. It is generally grown as an annual but is a perennial by nature, but requires frost protection.
Alpine Rock Cress (Arabis caucasica)
- Plant Feed. Not necessary.
- Watering. Allow soil to dry between thorough waterings.
- Soil. Ordinary, well-drained soil.
- Basic Care Summary. Tolerates hot, dry conditions. Plant in ordinary, well-drained soil. Allow soil to dry between thorough waterings. Protect from excessive winter moisture.
Vigorous and eye-catching, Aubrieta deltoidea (Rock Cress) is a mat forming, semi-evergreen perennial plant which produces delightful, vivid purple-red flowers in mid-late spring to early summer. … Native to the Mediterranean region, Aubrieta is a very cold hardy alpine plant that deserves a spot in sunny gardens.
|Estimated Mature Spread||10-12″ wide|
|Bloom Time||Early summer to fall|
Salvia sylvestris ‘May Night‘ (May Night Sage) 1997 Perennial Plant of the Year A garden staple for its compact growth habit, profuse deep-purple flower spikes, and vigorous re-blooming nature. ‘May Night‘ thrives in hot, sunny planting sites. Combine with lavender, Salvia, and Echinacea for a rich color combo.
Remove spent flowers to promote further blooms and maintain a neat appearance. In spring, remove all dead foliage and cut back to basal foliage in fall. Divide clumps as needed (every 2-3 years) to maintain vigor.