If I dreamed up a tiny plant, it would have striped leaves and tiny dusty-plum-colored flowers.
I do not have to pretend this jewel of a plant exists.
It is really growing all over my garden.
Tucked under planters, beside rocks, between roots.
Tiny little Ledebouria cooperi ‘Jessop’ is a dream come true.
All it needs it a place where it won’t be stepped on.
My ‘Jessop’ is lowly, lovely and dearly loved.
I love tiny plants. They are perfect for planting in troughs and my fairy garden.
Here are two of my favorites.
Ledebouria cooperi ‘Jessop’ has tiny bulbs.
The leaves have copper stripes. Its blooms are a lovely lavender. Its buds look like grape clusters.
The other little lovely is a Delosperma/Ice Plant named ‘Fire Spinner.’
It is just starting to bloom. Soon this patch will be glowing in the sun.
It really does look like it is on fire.
Both of these plants are easy to grow. I have planted them in numerous places in my gardens. They like sun and well-drained soil. All are growing happily.