White Star Creeper ~ Pratia Angulata
This pretty, evergreen, ground cover with dainty, white flowers is ideal for sunny / part shaded areas such as between paving stones, bordering garden beds or cascading over rockeries.
The variety is known under several names including White Star Creeper, Lobelia angulata, Pratia angulata, White Stars, Stars, Panakenake, Pratia pusila or Trailing pratia.
Growing in full sun to semi-shade, White Star Creeper has a small, deep green, rounded leaf and gently creeps out to form a dense, low growing carpet.
Imagine! A sea of wee white flowers!
A profusion of white flowers occurs in early Spring to late Summer or even year-round in warmer climates.
A native to New Zealand, this popular, perennial ground cover is happy over a wide range of environmental conditions.
White Star Creeper grows up to 15cm in height and its robust nature means that it will handle light to medium traffic.