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Blooms up a storm in the early spring garden.
An altogether striking and uncommon Iberis sempervirens, commonly known as candytufts. Spring perennial ‘Whiteout’ flowers up a storm: just masses of pretty, bright white blooms in ensemble with shiny dark green foliage. Improved evergreen plant stands out for uniform flowering and fuller plant habit, with denser branching. Nice selection for the border’s edge of or showing off in a container. Hardy, low growing, spreading perennial creates 6-12” mounds of attractive foliage; are evergreen in warm winter climates, and semi-evergreen in colder winter climates.
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Iberis sempervirens, Whiteout is rated
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Rated 5 out of
Portia Garden from
Awaiting Buds:)I started these outside on my porch in an Geopot. I am growing these under my Aerogrow light to cheer up my winter in the NE. We do not heat our basement in the winter so these being cool loving plants they're at home.
Date published: 2016-12-08
Rated 1 out of
Germination rate is abysmally low for this seed. Save your money.