The ideal plant for Australian climate extremes. In its native home it grows on rocks, cliff faces and stony ground, in seasonally wet areas which drop to -10C in winter, with strong winds and high temperatures in summer. Lowgrowing and spreading to form dense fine-leaved silver mats, in late summer and autumn (and sometimes in spring) it sprouts white daisy flowers.
Eumorphia prostrata 'Silver Cloud' APPEARANCE : South African groundcover daisy, new shoots have fine hairs giving a silvery look. White daisy flowers about the size of a 10C coin, in summer-autumn and occasionally in spring in warm climates. USE FOR : Rockeries, dry poor soils, drought gardens, exposed locations. PLANTING : Can tolerate extremes of drought and seasonal wet, cold and heat. Needs good drainage, will grow between rocks or pavers. CARE : Mulch after planting to retain moisture and regulate soil temperatures to help young plant establish. An application of a native slow release fertiliser in spring will help keep the plant healthy. HEIGHT & WIDTH : 0.6 m H x 0.5 m W. YOUR PLANTS : These are tube-stock plants, healthy young plants with new roots that will establish quickly in your garden. The pot size is 80 mm x 42 mm wide. You can see an example in the image gallery