Dichondra argentea 'Silver Falls'
‘Silver Falls’ Dichondra was selected for its very low growing, creeping trailing
habit and beautiful silvery gray leaves that are shaped like miniature lily pads.
Silver Falls is actually a selection of a dichondra species native to southwest Texas
and Mexico so it is quite heat and drought tolerant. Growing only 2” tall and 3’ to
4’ wide it is an attractive groundcover, but is also spectacular in a container planting
or hanging basket, spilling over a retaining wall, or when used in a rock garden.
Exposure: Full sun to part shade
Hardiness: Use as an annual