White Stream is a new type of alyssum that will survive the heat of Texas summers. It is a spreading annual that makes a ground cover and produces fragrant flowers all summer. It is vegetatively propagated.

Exposure: Full sun for optimum flowering

Size: 4 to 6 inches high by about 12 to 18 inches wide

Plant type: Annual

Planting time: In early spring after the danger of frost has passed on 1–foot spacings

Soil type: Tolerant of soil type as long as well drained

Suggested uses: For the garden as a ground cover or foreground planting; also useful as a spiller in mixed containers

Special notes: Water use is moderate with limited tolerance to drought, but tolerates reflected heat well

For further information: Heat–tolerant hybrid alyssum named Texas Superstar®