Dyschoriste linearis (Snake herb)
Also known as Polkadots.
Snake herb features lavender flowers in late spring or early summer that attract butterflies. This native perennial is drought-tolerant and requires little water after establishment. It is a slow growing perennial that makes a good ground cover in sun to part shade.
Snake herb does well in a variety of soil, provided it has good drainage. It spreads by underground stolons.
AT A GLANCE
|Sun exposure||Sun to part shade
|Bloom color||Lavender to purple
|Bloom time||Spring, summer
|Mature height||6"-1.5 ft
||Needs good drainage.