Pilea glauca ‘Aquamarine’

This helleborine is prized by gardeners mainly for its decorative foliage of small, round, steel-blue leaves, 6 mm in diameter. A creeping or drooping plant, it forms a compact, dense bluish cushion. If your container arrangement calls for delicate foliage, ‘Aquamarine’ is an ideal candidate. This helleborine can reach 2.5 to 3 cm in height and 70 to 90 cm in spread.