Dichondra Silver Falls (ilver ponysfoot or silver nickel vine)

Dichondra argentea Silver Falls - A cultivar that is grown as an ornamental annual foliage plant. It is best grown in baskets/containers or as a seasonal ground cover. From a hanging basket, it will cascade downwards to 3-6’ long in one season. As a ground cover, plants only rise to 2-4” tall, but spread rapidly by stems rooting at the nodes to 3-4’ wide in one season. Branching silver stems are clad with soft, rounded, fan-shaped, silver leaves (to 1” across). Foliage is often described as having a metallic appearance. Tiny greenish-yellow to white spring flowers are not showy. Family : Convolvulaceae

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Author : Donald Buma
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Online since: February 14th 2019


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Dichondra Silver Falls (ilver ponysfoot or silver nickel vine)

Categories : Family - Horizontal - Landscape - Convolvulaceae - Photos subjects - Ground covers - Climbers and vines - Plant Family - Perennial plants -

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