Hardy mounding perennial with unique gray-green foliage and chartreuse, star shaped flower clusters in late spring.
Gray-green leaves are captivating when filled with droplets of a morning dew. A good edging plant or groundcover, it requires moist soil. Small yellow-green flowers produced in late spring.
Gray-green leaves are captivating when filled with droplets of a morning dew
Benefits from moist soil
Self-seeds in the garden
Removal of spent flower stems will prevent self-seeding and may also encourage a late summer rebloom