These beautiful tiny plants make excellent gap fillers for the front of a sunny border and may also be used to spice up a patio display. Flowering for a long time (and in abundance), they look lovely when paired with bright blues and purples, but may also be tamed with a backdrop of silver leaves. Every year in October, this perennial dies down to below ground level, then sprouts new growth in April.
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