Candytuft - Iberis sempervirens ‘Snowdrift’ - British Grown Evergreen Perennial Alpine

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- Perennial.
- Low growing so ideal for rockeries, containers, or to be planted at the front of borders. 
- Place in full sun or partial shade. 
- Plant in moist, but well drained soil. 
- Fairly drought tolerant once established; water around once a week during dry periods. 
- Mulch in autumn to protect from cold. 
- Cut back in spring to promote new growth. 
- Slugs like new growth in spring, so they may need some protection then.
- Loved by bees and butterflies. 
- Not reported as toxic by some outlets, but can cause issues if consumed by dogs so not marked as pet safe. 


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