Nierembergia repens produces lovely quarter size, white, cup-shaped blooms on mats of small to medium, deep green, oblong leaves. Also called Cup Flower or Wine Cups, it blooms from July to September. Nierembergia repens spreads aggressively as plants root at the nodes and by underground rhizomes making it suitable for use as a perennial ground cover in a confined area.
Nierembergia repens prefers light shade to sun and moist, well-drained soil. It will tolerate moderate foot traffic. Space on 12" centers for use as a ground cover.