Pratia pedunculata's dainty green leaves form a low carpet that is bejeweled with tiny blue stars from spring through summer. Also called Little Star Creeper, this perennial ground cover spreads rapidly both above and below ground. Pratia pedunculata may be hard to control, so plant where spreading is not a problem. Use around pavers, hanging over a wall or filling in around rocks and shrubs in the alpine garden.
Pratia pedunculata is happy in sun or light shade and average to moist soil. It can withstand both occasional drought and periodic wet conditions. Little Star Creeper tolerates heavy foot traffic. Space on 8" centers.