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Snow-in-summer is a double whammy plant -- it covers itself with striking white flowers but it also has striking silvery foliage. It looks completely at home in the hot, dry, sunny locations it loves -- next to sidewalks, between pavers, in rock gardens, along the edge of retaining walls, and tucked into the cracks of stacked stone walls. In fact, if the soil is too wet too long, root rot is likely to set in.
Where it's happy, snow-in-summer will slowly spread, creating a carpet of white blooms that cover the plant in spring to early summer.
The blue-green foliage and pink, red, or white blooms of dianthus team beautifully with snow-in-summer on a hot, dry, sunny slope or spilling over a low rock wall.Veronica
The upright spires of spike speedwell blooms create a lovely contrast to the soft mounds of silver and white snow-in-summer.Yucca
The spiky leaves of yucca are softened by a carpet of snow-in-summer. Its creamy white bell-shape flowers pick up on the white of cerastium flowers.