A dwarf, semi-evergreen plant with a creeping habit. Green-grey, hairy leaves contrast with masses of small white trumpet-shaped flowers in spring and summer, which are beloved of pollinators.
A fast growing, tough little plant which is drought tolerant, and is perfect for growing in alpine gardens, rockeries, containers and even in gaps in walls and paving.
Can be used as ground-cover for rockeries etc.
Common name(s): Mouse-eared Gypsophila