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Cerastium tomentosum (Snow-in-Summer) Short-lived but self-seeding so will persist, low growing, mat-forming perennial, great for ground cover in a dry, sunny location.  Will rot in wet, so, really, only in DRY locations.  Snow-in-Summer is considered invasive in coastal Mid-Atlantic!

Northeast Pollinator Plants

Cerastium tomentosa (Snow-in-Summer)

$ 4.89
We ship only to the New England and New York states.  Orders are shipped mid-June through September.  We ship within two weeks of order or by mid-June for orders placed before shipping starts.  Shipping free for any combination of 13+ plants.  Plants are delivered in a biodegradable wood fiber pot, 2.75" diameter by 3.5" deep.  Please email if you prefer to order/pay by check than on-line, see Contact Us below.

Common Name:  Snow-in-Summer

Attracts:  May attract some pollinators, but most useful as a ground cover under tall pollinator plants.

Use:  Ground Cover, Naturlalizing

Light:  Full Sun

Hardiness Zone:  3 to 7   USDA Zone Map

Soils:  Dry

Flower Time:  June

Flower Color:  White

Height:  .5'-1'

Notes: Short-lived but self-seeding so will persist, low growing, mat-forming perennial, great for ground cover in a dry, sunny location.  Will rot in wet, so, really, only in DRY locations.  Snow-in-Summer is considered invasive in coastal Mid-Atlantic!

Introduced to New England, parts of the Mid-Atlantic and West US.  Native to SE Europe,  Go Botany North America Distribution Map


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