Lithodora Plant

Lithodora Plant. Although sandy soil is acceptable, the plant will not tolerate clay soil. Bearing unbelievably beautiful true blue flowers, this easy care.

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Although sandy soil is acceptable, the plant will not tolerate clay soil. May need to mulch or protect in. Ad from flowering plants to succulents, our unique collection is perfect for any occasion.

Bearing unbelievably beautiful true blue flowers, this easy care.

Lithodora is a great spreading plant for rock gardens, beds and borders, as a ground cover. Free shipping with $50 order. Lithodora planted in gardens reaches heights of only 6 to 10 inches (15 to 25 cm.), but a single plant can eventually spread 24 to 36 inches (61 to 91 cm.).

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Beautiful deep blue flowers cover this wonderful sprawling groundcover. Lithodora blooms profusely in spring, and less frequently through the summer. Its evergreen mats of foliage spread slowly to make good ground cover on a rock garden or scree.

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Free shipping on qualified orders. May need to mulch or protect in. The plant doesn't like to sit in wet soil, but it also likes a regular drink of water when the weather gets hot so water.

Although sandy soil is acceptable, the plant will not tolerate clay soil.

Your plant is punishing you! Lithodora really resent being moved, and the insult was compounded when you moved it while it was in bloom. Lithodora is a genus of flowering plants in the family boraginaceae, native to southwestern europe, southern greece, turkey and algeria.

Perfect for rock gardens or small slopes, lithodora grows only 6 in.

It may recover on its own if you just. Lithodora is easy to grow and flowers well. The slightly mounded form adds softness and.

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