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propagating perennials: Laurentia fluviatilis-Blue Star Creeper
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Monday, July 7, 2008

Laurentia fluviatilis-Blue Star Creeper

Blue Star Creeper is easily propagated in the spring or fall by transplanting the rhizomes that spread out beyond the parent plant. Depending on the zone it could be either evergreen, semi-evergreen or deciduous and since it only reaches 2" in height it is a plant that can be walked on lightly and would be a great filler between stepping stones. It prefers a morning sun in a fertile moist soil, not too wet, and its blue blooms will add color to the garden from late spring to early fall in a neutral pH.

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