Soft, papery, peach blooms with yellow centers top eye-catching, evergreen silvery foliage from late spring to summer. Helianthemum are an underused plant that can bring a variety of sherbet colors to the late spring, early summer garden; especially for sites with full sun and little water. The evergreen foliage is grayish green with the small leaves being lance-shaped. This spreading, woody-stemmed perennial could be considered a subshrub as its creeping stems rarely venture above a foot in height and spread to three or so feet.
Size (HT/W): 12″ / 18″
Exposure: Full Sun
Bloom Time(s): Spring thru Fall
Water: Average, Tolerates Dry