Anagallis tenella, called tar guichelheil in Dutch, is a small deciduous native water or marsh plant with a low, creeping, carpet-forming habit. The leaves are ovate, opposite, short-stalked and colored gray-green. The plant blooms from June to August with small, light-scented, upward-facing pink, scented flowers. Anagallis tenella prefers a sunny position in moist to wet soil. Tar guichelheil is fairly hardy and tolerates coastal conditions. Anagallis tenella is suitable for use in the gravel garden, rock garden, pond edge and as a patio plant.
P9 are sold per 4.
Price is for 4 pieces.