The lithodora plant is a ground cover plant, meaning that as it grows it spreads horizontally instead of shooting up vertically. The plant produces scores of lovely, tiny blue flowers in the shapes of stars. Lithodoras typically bloom near the end of spring through the summer. Lithodora plants prefer porous soil with a lower pH level. The lithodora requires regular watering and should not be allowed to ever dry out. Still, take care not to overwater either. Lithodoras thrive in full sunlight but can still grow in partial shade if need be. They can be grown in a garden or on your windowsill.
- Lithodora is ah hearty plant that provides lots of groundcover and can be eyecatching with its blue flowers
- Lithodora can grow in a variety of locations and is easily available at most flower shops and garden supply stores
- Lithodora is a very easy plant to take care of requiring little maintenance
“Botanically known as Lithodora diffusa, this plant is a hardy ground cover that produces masses of tiny, intensely blue, star-shaped flowers from late spring throughout most of summer.”
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