Anagallis tenella (Bog Pimpernel) is a tiny creeping plant with rounded leaves and a multitude of pink starry flowers in summer. These flowers smell very strongly of honey. This is an excellent plant for the edges of rockeries, waterfalls or tiny ponds, and for covering the soil in larger baskets which project above water level. Will tolerate very wet soil but not immersion of its leaves.
|Plant max height CM||Planting depth cm||Flowering from month||Flowering to month||Availability from month||Availability to month|