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What is this tiny leaved ground cover?

Posted by JonathanNJ NJ zone 6 (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 8, 13 at 7:18

What is this tiny leaved perennial ground cover? The leaves are smaller than a dime and somewhat fleshy, and in an interesting pattern. It forms a low dense mat perhaps only 1-2" high. It is thriving in a wet fairly shady bed. Its beautiful and I may want to get some more, or divide it somehow, to spread it to other parts of the same bed.

Many thanks,
Jonathan

This post was edited by JonathanNJ on Mon, Jul 8, 13 at 8:05


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RE: What is this tiny leaved ground cover?

It looks like a very low growing ornamental thyme I used to grow in Zone 6. However, your description that it's "thriving in a wet fairly shady bed" aren't the conditions that it allegedly likes.

Here is a link that might be useful: Thyme


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RE: What is this tiny leaved ground cover?

Not a thyme. I think it's Sedum 'John Creech'.


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