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Cerastium tomentosum

 



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Cerastium tomentosum var. columnae


The Beth Chatto Gardens Ltd Predominantly herbaceous. Many unusual for special situations.

The Place for Plants Wide range of specialist & popular plants. Nat. Collection of Deciduous Euonymus. 20 acre mature garden with free access to RHS members during season.

High Country Gardens Drought Tolerant Plants, Xeriscape Perennials (1 product)
A sure-to-please ground cover that grows easily in any well-drained soil, and spreads quickly by reseeding itself. Fragrant white flowers by the thousands highlight Snow-in-Summer in late spring. Shear off the faded flowers to maintain a tidy mat of

Nature Hills Nursery (1 product)
The Cerastium 'Snow in Summer', Cerastium tomentosum, is a wonderful bright-white, star shaped flower that blooms from last spring to early summer. The silvery, mat-forming foliage looks great as a ground cover, in rock walls or between

Cerastium tomentosum Silver Carpet


Nature Hills Nursery (1 product)
Snow in Summer Silver Carpet, Cerastium tomentosum 'Silver Carpet', adds excellent spring color to your rock gardens, or as a border plant. The snow-like mass of little white flowers appears in early spring, and the frosty white, wooly foliage is




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