Mat forming white flowers.
Pratia are becoming quite popular from realising these can be grown traditionally in many areas of the garden but are ideal for intricately creeping through lawns. This allows for pollinating insects to benefit from lawns and is also pleasing to the eye. Grown in containers this can be invasive given optimum conditions.
Flowering: Spring – Summer
Common Name: White Star Creeper
Life Cycle: perennial
Basic Colour: ( white)
Flower Colour: white
Natural Flowering: April – October
Winter Hardiness: Fully Hardy
Height with Flowers: 1cm
Soil Requirements: well-drained / average / moist
Soil ph: acid / alkaline / neutral
Location: container / rock garden / border / cottage garden / lawn
Pruning: cut back in to foliage often, do this once flowers are decreasing or foliage is getting leggy
Tolerates: rabbit resistance / deer resistance