Laura, Pet Scribbles
Laura, Pet Scribbles
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  • Little Egg Harbor, NJ

Lithodora: Evergreen and Electric Blue Radiance


So many of you enjoyed my post about Candytuft, that I'm sharing another plant recommendation for your gardens: Lithodora. I had never heard of Lithodora before we moved here to our furrever home, and in fact when I first saw it at a garden nursery assumed it was the annual flower Lobelia. I was told by the nursery that Lithodora can handle our hot and humid southern New Jersey Shore Summers, that it will
These photos were taken in mid-April 2012, here in southern New Jersey. The electric blue is a welcome jolt of Spring color in my front garden!
These photos were taken in mid-April 2012, here in southern New Jersey. The electric blue is a welcome jolt of Spring color in my front garden!
A baby Monarch butterfly kept me company while I was planting a new patch of Lithodora. I love having butterflies around all Spring, Summer and early Fall enjoying our flowers!
A baby Monarch butterfly kept me company while I was planting a new patch of Lithodora. I love having butterflies around all Spring, Summer and early Fall enjoying our flowers!
This is what a typical Lithodora plant will look like at the nursery. You can read lots of specifics about this plant in my blog post.
This is what a typical Lithodora plant will look like at the nursery. You can read lots of specifics about this plant in my blog post.
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1 question
  • Grandmasue10
    on Dec 4, 2015

    Suzy, was the white plant featured previously a Lithodora, also?

    • Laura, Pet Scribbles
      on Dec 18, 2015

      @Grandmasue10 Not sure if you're asking me? The white flowering evergreen plant I previously had shared in my Hometalk profile is called Candytuft. I hope that helps! :)

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  • Grandmasue10
    on Dec 4, 2015

    This is what gardeners love. There are little miracles going on. Good for you and good for that plant!

  • Lisa House
    on Dec 8, 2015

    Going to ask my nursery to get this for me.

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