A great groundcover that grows well between rocks and over unsightly walls. If you need a mat-forming plant that cascades down a big ugly wall this is your plant.
This plant is very drought tolerant and can handle the burning sun of the hot summers well.
They flower better if exposed to full sun, if planted in shade they won’t flower as much.
They stop flowering when the summer ends and the weather starts getting cold. This is the best time that you can trim them up a bit and
They like soils that have lime and is well-drained such as sandy soil.
Make sure you fertilize the soil every few weeks. To propagate the plant use the cuttings or divide the rhizomatous roots.Watch this video to learn more information about Aubrieta.