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PlantFiles Pictures: Blue Star Creeper, Swamp Isotome (Isotoma fluviatilis)

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Stone Mountain, GA
(Zone 7b)

August 17, 2003
3:04 AM

Post #618211

Blue Star Creeper, Swamp Isotome, Matted Pratia
Pratia pedunculata

Blue Star Creeper, May 2003

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Suwanee, GA

February 4, 2004
8:11 PM

Post #772339 do you think that would do between stones on a fieldstone walk..morning sun only...atlanta also
Stone Mountain, GA
(Zone 7b)

February 5, 2004
4:29 PM

Post #773038

I think that would be a wonderful idea!!! Let me know how it goes...I want to transplant some of mine to a new area in my garden.
Yvana :)
Suwanee, GA

February 5, 2004
6:22 PM

Post #773106

hi..any other ideas for me for a ground cover...have been thinking about lemon thyme or maybe vinca minor for between the stones
Stone Mountain, GA
(Zone 7b)

February 11, 2004
4:49 PM

Post #778888

How about Creeping Jenny?? Mine is lime green and adds a rich texture to the garden. You might have to uncover the stepping stones occasionally, though!!

Also try Mazus works in full or part sun and shade too! It has a fine texture similar to the Blue Star Creeper with purple flowers in early summer. I have pictures of both posted on PDB!

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