Pratia or White Star Creeper is a herbaceous perennial groundcover used as a lawn substitute, as fillers in pathways, in rock gardens and in borders. A profusion of starry white flowers bloom spring through summer, followed by globular, reddish-purple fruit in autumn, attracting birds. This plant will tolerate wet or dry conditions in sun or shade. Low growing (2-3" tall). Zones 5-10
How Gardening Can Give a Huge Boost to Your Overall Wellness
Gardening is one of the few hobbies that boost your overall health. From helping with your mood, to helping you deal with stress. It is giving your body a workout without you even realizing it. Gardeners have consistently shown themselves to be happier and healthier people. Perhaps gardening as a hobby would be something to …
Planting Forsythia Hedges: Tips On Using Forsythia As A Hedge
If you plan on using forsythia as a hedge, it is important to plant them correctly. This article has information on planting forsythia hedges and forsythia hedge pruning so you can find success with this type of hedge. Click here to learn more.