1 years to reach maturity
This plant has no fragrance
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White Carpet Overview
A hardy, mat-forming perennial herb that is successfully used as a groundcover. White or pink trumpet-shaped flowers brighten up the green carpet foliage. It has a fast growth rate and will benefit from being divided every 3 to 4 years. It is a wonderful addition to rock gardens where its can cascade freely.
Common problems with White Carpet
Generally not affected by pests and diseases.
White Carpet Companion Plants
Companion plants for F. repens are ornamental grasses, Achillea species and Adenium obesum (desert rose).
How to harvest White Carpet
Harvest flowers when they appear from September to December.
How to propagate White Carpet
Divide sections with rooted runners. Space 300-460 mm apart. Water daily for a few weeks to reestablish roots. Divide plants every 3-4 years to encourage healthy growth.
Special features of White Carpet
Falkia repens is a reliable groundcover with leaves that are slightly succulent, enabling to withstand high temperatures through conserving water its leaves.
Other uses of White Carpet
Ornamental / Landscaping