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Herniaria glabra 'Variegata'   

An exceptional groundcover that looks similar to saxifrage or sedum in appearance and produces dense, evergreen mats of bright green foliage with creamy yellow variegation. Grows just 1" tall with a spread up of 6-12". Insignificant flowers. Drought tolerant. Use in rock gardens and between patio stones. 

    Common Name:Green Creeper
    Hardiness Zones:3-8
    Deer Resistant:No
Growing Tips: Plant in average to dry, well drained, sandy loam soil.

About Herniaria: Herniaria makes an appealing carpet effect when placed in the garden. If nestled in a stonewall crevice it will gracefully cascade over and down it. With inconspicuous flowers, this plant is noted for its finely textured foliage.