Candytuft (Iberis Sempervirens) is incredibly floriferous. Rewarding spring flowering plant with a creeping habit. It flowers in great abundance covering the ground with a carpet of white flower clusters. Stays green during winter. The best effect is obtained by planting Candytuft as an edging or in the rockery.
Place bulbs shoulder to shoulder across the surface of the soil, leaving no space between them. Then top off with more potting soil so the bulbs are just slightly below the surface. Water each container thoroughly, and finish with a layer of mulch. Leave pots outdoors for winter chilling. The more exposure to cold the bulbs get, the better they’ll bloom. In the South, bulbs in containers will bloom better than bulbs in the ground because cold air envelopes the pots, reaching all of the soil.
Cute mini bowls and classic mugs are unexpected ways to show off your succulents—and add a fresh, spring vibe to any room. Use them as a dinner party centerpiece, place them on a window sill, the options are endless.