Plant Type: Perennials
A clumping, sprawling plant that grows to 6-18" tall, and can spread rather quickly by pubescent, decumbent stems, rooting where they touch the ground, to form an attractive ground cover. 'Shauna Ann' is a compact cultivar that typically grows 6-10" tall. It features flat-topped clusters of 5-petaled, bright lavender-pink flowers atop ascending stems in a long late spring to late summer bloom. Deeply lobed, dark green leaves.
Growing & Maintenance Tips:
Easily grown in average, dry to medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun. Avoid wet, poorly drained soils. May be grown as an annual throughout the normal range for the species, and in particular in the northern parts of Zone 5 where it is not reliably winter hardy and appreciates some winter protection.
Flower ColorBright lavendar
Plant Spread6-18 in.
Plant Height6-10 in.
Soil MoistureDry to medium water needs
Characteristics & Attributes
Ground cover, Has showy flowers, Suitable as annual, Will naturalize
Bloom TimeMay to September