Scleranthus biflorus “Australian Astroturf” little tuffet of soft green moss, this groundcover forms a mound about 3” high & 1’ wide. And this guy keeps his green even when it is dry, sunny & hot. Native to Australia, it has practically invisible little white flowers but this plant is all about the foliage. Looks great clinging to stones in the garden, its form hugs the hard edges nicely.
Vibrant pinkish-red flowers bloom in late summer into fall over tight clumps of greenish-gray foliage. The hardy perennial is very heat and drought tolerant. Flowers are long-lasting in the garden and can be dried and used as an attractive addition to floral designs. #1 field-grown plant. Sedum spectabile ‘Carl’ $7.99