An attractive plant with creeping stems and sticky-downy, kidney-shaped leaves and pale creamy-yellow (can appear almost white) flowers all summer long.
Likes a well-drained soil so works well on a rockery or trailing over the edge of pots, containers or raised bed.
Fully hardy and evergreen.
Grown in the UK since the 18th century.
Height and spread: 10cm x 45cm
Common name(s): Trailing Snapdragon; Chickabiddy; Creeping Mountain Ash.
Synonym: Antirrhinum asarinum
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