Cream edged leaves and white flowers on slowly spreading plants.
A very useful and attractive variegated foliage plant for many situations - on the rockery, in troughs or containers, on walls etc. It can be quite vigorous and leafy in rich soils but tight and hard when starved - in a trough, for example. It can be almost evergreen in favoured places but with us it usually retreats back to resting buds in winter.
The white flowers are produced very freely all summer. Slowly spreading and can easily be reduced back to a neat, low clump by pruning if it gets too large. About 7cm (3") high.
An easy and invaluable foliage (and flowering) plant.