The plant on the left.
Very free flowering for most of the year.
Flowers profusely over a thick carpet of low growing green.
A very compact and low growing Plectranthus.
A very pretty little bloom that as it flowers, it grows up.
The Huntington Botanical Gardens
Growing in 6” of soil spread over our asphalt parking lot, we can attest to the extreme indestructibility of this rugged groundcover.
Drought tolerant, snail proof, deer resistant & aromatic, this South African perennial spreads rapidly to 3’ across. Blooms like crazy Spring thru Fall, creating a soft haze of attractive 3” spikelets
Blue Lobster Flower in my Garden..
Huntington Gardens, California, May
Copyright of, courtesy of David Feix, of David Feix Landscape Design in the East Bay and San Francisco Peninsula.