Trying to ID some shady succulents with flowers?
I am prepping my Fayetteville house for sale, and trying to buy the same annuals that were here last year when we bought it, but I don't know what they are called!. I have a large magnolia, and these were ringing the base within a bricked circular bed. The area gets some early and very late sun, but primarily dappled shade. They were individual annuals, light-green succulent and very low to the ground. They had small, petunia-like flowers in shades of white and pale pink. They required very little watering or care, looked good, and lasted until fall, I guess. I didn't notice them die, didn't pull them out, and they're not here any more. :)
Thanks for any suggestions! The Lowe's gal suggested sedum, but they were not sedum, and nearly all of the annuals right now are sun-loving.