This donation plant from a fellow gardner years ago is a dependable, low-maintenance performer. It is trimmed and trained into a small low growing mound of lacy green foliage needing little care or water. The plant's small flowers are not numerous or showy, but provide a subtle front border. The flowers taper off during the summer and fall. It does require periodic trimming (usually done in the fall), to prevent spreading.
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Growing in heavy soil, mostly full sun, some shade
No fertilizer applied
Need annual trimming to prevent excessive spreading
Blooming: geranium, calendula, rhododendron
Annuals, tender summer bulbs planted
Vegetables transplanted into the garden