The Erodium reichardii album is a decorative and practical ground cover with carpet-like growth!
The plant is also known under the German name Reiherschnabel weiß. It is suitable as a practical ground cover for beds or planters. The perennial is very popular with gardeners. It reaches a height of 10 centimetres. The special thing about it is that it is evergreen and therefore creates enchanting green accents even in winter.
A heart-shaped sea of flowers in summer
The heron's beak delights with its small green leaves and its tiny flowers. These are presented at the beginning of summer. From May to September the perennial forms striking white flowers with pink veins. Erodium Bishops Form forms finely pinnate, silvery foliage with filigree white flowers. At this time the plant looks like a white carpet and is a wonderful eye-catcher.
A versatile garden dweller
The heron's beak fits into any garden. Erodium comes mainly from Europe, Africa and Australia. It copes very well with our climate. It is therefore worth buying the Heron's Bill. The Erodium has small green leaves. They are roundish and are irregularly lobed, forming cushion shoots. These extend over the ground or grow in the planting tray, making the eridium a striking companion for many perennials.
An eye-catcher and ideal companion
The heron's beak looks most beautiful in a group. Then the eridium spreads quickly and covers beds and planting gaps in pots or garden beds in a short time. The garden lover should plant 12 per square metre. This gives each heron's beak enough space to develop perfectly. This striking ground cover can be combined with many perennials or other ground covers. Erodium looks beautiful in a container with mixed colourful flowering perennials or with ornamental grasses. Erodium makes a great accent in borders, beds or rock gardens. The perennial also beautifies borders and looks stunning in planters.
The perennial Erodium is a little star in the front row
The heron's beak is hardly any work and is uncomplicated. Find a nice spot for the Erodium reichardii album in your garden where the low pretty perennial is sure of a place in the front row. The small garden plant also makes a decorative statement in rock gardens and can even be a charming flower decoration for patios and balconies in tubs and containers. This fresh green plant is a highlight in any location. In spring, Erodium hardy has enough time to take root with its tender roots.
The perennial is a wonderful ornamental element that provides green accents all year round.