UncategorizedSagina subulata

Sagina subulata

Sagina subulata é uma espécie de planta com flor pertencente à família Caryophyllaceae. A autoridade científica da espécie é (Sw.) C. Presl, tendo sido publicada em Flora Sicula (Presl) 158. It occurs on dry sandy or gravelly soils.

Flowering occured approximately months later, but this is quite variable.

Tiny translucent star-shaped white flowers add to its beauty in spring. An extremely popular groundcover plant, this forms a very low moss-like carpet of bright shamrock-green foliage. Tiny little white flowers begin to appear in late spring. Excellent for filling in between the cracks.

Vetenskapliga synonySpergula subulata Sw. Sylarve Syl-Firling Broddkrækill Heath Pearlwort Pfriemen-Mastkraut. Sylnarv är en lågväxt, ofta tuva flerårig ört som bara blir ett par centimeter hög. Visit his flickr photostreamSagina is native to Europe, from Iceland south to Spain, and east t.

In our opinion the best of all groundcover lawn alternatives! Utterly hardy, excellent drought resistance. Tolerant of fairly heavy foot traffic. Supplied as compost block-grown plants. Available from approximately April . Join our friendly community that shares tips and ideas for gardens, along with seeds and plants.

Encontre Sagina Subulata no Mercado Livre Brasil. Descubra a melhor forma de comprar online. Tiny white flowers appear in late spring, and often bloom for a second time in late summer.

Suitable for growing in . With its bright green foliage and tiny white springtime blooms, the plant is ideal for planting in small areas such as the spaces between pavers or flagstones. Creeping moss-like evergreen groundcover. Best suited for the rock garden or between stepping stones.

Prefers moist areas and will tolerate some. Moss-like carpet of neon-yellow foliage. Good drainage is necessary for survival. Hardiness Degree: -30°F (-3°C).

Irish moss is appropriate for . Blooming Season: Spring, Late Spring, Summer. Spacing: – (- 41cm).

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