History/general species info: Also known as turkey tangle and sawtooth frogfruit. Both a versatile and vital wildflower because of its value as a larval and nectar plant to bees and butterflies. Characteristics: Perennial. Evergreen. Ground cover that grows in a turf-like manner. Small white flowers with purple centers. Spreads vigorously. Good nectar plant for butterflies. Great for a butterfly garden. Can be especially useful in heavy traffic areas, or to discourage digging dogs.
Flower: white to lavendar - year-round
Planting / Care: Drought and flood tolerant. Grows in sand, loam, clay and caliche. Can be mowed. Deer resistant.
Size and Spacing: Height: 3-6"
Light requirement: Sun/part shade
Wildlife: Butterflies - Larval Host: Phaon Crescentspot, Buckeye, and White Peacock butterflies. Bees