SALE!! Set of 4 Bedding Plants for Sun

Sale price $12.99 Regular price $19.96

A sweet summer set of miniature garden flowering bedding plants. A fun mix of textures that stand apart from each other yet match horticulturally. Great for pots or in-ground. As a group, this set is cold hardy in zones 5 thru 7; heat hardy zones 7 thru 5. Full sun to part sun. 

See the individual specs on each below, going clockwise from the main photo, starting at the upper left: 

Blue Star Creeper - Pratia pedunculata 'County Park'

Pratia, or Blue Star Creeper, can be invasive in some areas but we have enjoyed it as a reliable spreader in our miniature gardens here in the PNW. You can enjoy it in a container, or use it as a border plant. It's perfect between stones, cascading over a wee wall or down the edge of a container. 

It doesn't tolerate dry soil so by planting it in a cool sun, part sun or part shady spot, you can control the soil moisture easily.

As it spreads, it will send down roots every few inches. You can transplant these little starts elsewhere in the garden to fill-in holes or to create a new miniature garden. A low maintenance plant when put it the right place.

  • foliage is deep green
  • blue flowers throughout the summer, from May to Sept.
  • evergreen
  • 1" high 
  • keeps spreading if left alone
  • cool sun to part sun
  • let it dry out between watering to avoid over-watering
  • hardy in zones 5 to 7, or hardy to -20F
  • heat hardy zones 7 to 5 
  • great for containers, trim runners in spring to control growth
  • can be invasive in-ground in some areas, trim runners in spring or shovel-prune judiciously
  • an outdoor plant 
  • comes in a 4" pot

 

Chocolate Chip Bugleweed - Ajuga x tenor 'Chocolate Chip'

Pratia, or Blue Star Creeper, can be invasive in some areas but we have enjoyed it as a reliable spreader in our miniature gardens here in the PNW. You can enjoy it in a container, or use it as a border plant. It's perfect between stones, cascading over a wee wall or down the edge of a container. 

It doesn't tolerate dry soil so by planting it in a cool sun, part sun or part shady spot, you can control the soil moisture easily.

As it spreads, it will send down roots every few inches. You can transplant these little starts elsewhere in the garden to fill-in holes or to create a new miniature garden. A low maintenance plant when put it the right place.

  • foliage is deep green
  • blue flowers throughout the summer, from May to Sept.
  • evergreen
  • 1" high 
  • keeps spreading if left alone
  • cool sun to part sun
  • let it dry out between watering to avoid over-watering
  • hardy in zones 5 to 7, or hardy to -20F
  • heat hardy zones 7 to 5 
  • great for containers, trim runners in spring to control growth
  • can be invasive in-ground in some areas, trim runners in spring or shovel-prune judiciously
  • an outdoor plant 
  • comes in a 4" pot

 

Flore Pleno Cranesbill - Erodium x 'Flore Pleno'

 A miniature garden bedding plant that not only has pretty flowers, the tiny leaves are just darling in their details. is fun to grow. Grows low to the ground and spreads out slowly. Divide every three years to keep it small for the miniature garden bed. Self sows easily.

  • Miniature garden bedding plant 
  • Spreads slowly outward 
  • Long blooming pink flowers 
  • Cold zones 5 through 8 
  • Heat Zones 8 through 5 
  • Comes in a 4" pot 
  • An outdoor plant 
  • Will self-sow, pull young starts when you see them.

 

Miniature Whitestar Creeper - Pratia pendunculata 'Alba'

A tinier version of the favorite Star Creeper. This one has teeny leaves and flowers. Just darling for any garden in miniature! Rare. 

Pratia, or Star Creeper, can be invasive in some areas but we have enjoyed it as a reliable spreader in our miniature gardens here in the PNW. You can enjoy it in a container, or use it as a border plant. It's perfect between stones, cascading over a wee wall or down the edge of a container. 

It doesn't tolerate dry soil so by planting it in a cool sun, part sun or part shady spot, you can control the soil moisture easily.

As it spreads, it will send down roots every few inches. You can transplant these little starts elsewhere in the garden to fill-in holes or to create a new miniature garden. A low maintenance plant when put it the right place.

  • White flowers throughout the summer, from May to Sept.
  • evergreen
  • 1" high 
  • keeps spreading if left alone
  • cool sun to part sun
  • let it dry out between watering to avoid over-watering
  • hardy in zones 5 to 7, or hardy to -20F
  • heat hardy zones 7 to 5 
  • great for containers, trim runners in spring to control growth
  • can be invasive in-ground in some areas, trim runners in spring or shovel-prune judiciously
  • an outdoor plant 
  • comes in a 4" pot