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Have a tight, tough spot? Try pearlwort. This durable little plant can soften the edges of flagstones and rocks in dry crevice gardens with bright green or golden 1/2-inch tall mats of foliage. This tiny plant is excellent in troughs and other containers, and as a groundcover in rock gardens. It can be walked upon gently with little damage and seeds generously. Free draining gritty soil is pearlworts preference.
'Little Titch' has ice blue flowers and small wrinkled gray leaves that contrast well with golden pearlwort in sunny rock gardens.Veronica
The golden leaves of 'Trehane' form a low mat that is covered with deep blue flowers in summer. 'Trehane' is an excellent companion for golden pearlwort in troughs, rock gardens and crevices.Thyme
The pink or purple flowers of wild thyme seldom top 6-inches and the mats of aromatic foliage plays off texturally against pearlwort.