Dichondra

31 Jul

Dichondra, trailing growth to 1-3 inches in height, indeterminate spread, spreads by rhizomes and roots at leaf nodes, silver-gray horseshoe-shaped foliage, does not produce flowers, full sun to light shade, regular moisture, tolerates light foot traffic.

Native to west Texas through Arizona, Dichondra Silver Falls is a perennial creeper with striking silvery foliage that provides a blanket of contrasting texture and colour for your garden. Dichondra Silver Falls has a true cascading habit that makes it particularly useful for hanging baskets. It may even be used as a lawn substitute.

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