Model # C4177G1

Internet #205886431

OnlinePlantCenter 1 Gal. Snow in Summer Plant

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1 Gal. Snow in Summer Plant

  • Pure White Flower in Early Summer
  • Grows Best in Drier Sandy Soils in Full Sun
  • Deer and Drought Tolerant
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Product Overview

As its name implies, this is a unique ground cover that has tiny pure white flowers blanketing the silvery green foliage in early summer. A more restrained, well behaved cultivar that thrives in poor dry soils. Ideal for rock gardens or as a trailing container plant.

  • Low growing, mat forming plant
  • Foliage is small and woolly, creating contrasting garden interest even when not in bloom
  • Useful in border fronts, rock gardens, wall crevices, or as a bulb cover
  • Grows well in northern climates where humidity is low and summer temperatures are cooler
  • 1 Gal. ships in pot unless state or federal regulations require otherwise
  • Plant ships as a bare root plant with no soil and no pot when shipped to Arizona, California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and Washington
  • When shipped as a bare root plant, the shake and ship system will be used to remove soil from the roots, thus increasing the root tip surface area, which in turn, greatly enhances the ability of the plant to rapidly establish itself in the new environment
  • May ship in a dormant state, with bare branches and no leaves
  • To accommodate mature size or when planting in groups, space 10 in. away from other plants or structures
  • Performs best in plant growing zones 3 to 7, when grown in other zones, special care will be necessary




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Customer Questions & Answers

Do I need to waite until there is no chance of frost or can I plant snow in summer when the weather is questionable

Asked by: Terry
Hello, Terry. The Snow-in-Summer perennial can be planted at anytime, although if you are located in USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 3 or 4, which are the northern regions of the USA, it would be best to wait until after the last frost date has passed.
Answered by: Trade Star Landscape Pro
Date published: 2016-05-05
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