baby's tears

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Synonyms for baby's tears

prostrate or creeping Corsican herb with moss-like small round short-stemmed leaves

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They used baby's tears (Soleirolia soleirolii) and creeping Jenny, both of which make low mats of soft leaves, to conceal the pond's concrete edges.
One mudflat (at least 16 by 16 inches) of baby's tears (shown) or other ground cover
Baby's tears and chamomile can be sheared if they get too bushy.
Plant ribbons of blue fescue through low blue star creeper and baby's tears.
Ornamental strawberries, baby's tears, nandina, and dwarf agapanthus fill much of the garden in summer months.
Near it are a clump of baby's tears and a patch of English ivy.
In the ground, plant miniatures with a low ground cover such as baby's tears or sweet alyssum, or spread a fine mulch around them.
She chose baby's tears, ferns, and violets to plant around it.
Along with the plants you see above, these include baby's tears, Campanula portenschlagiana, Sollya heterophylla, columbine, Pacific Coast iris, and variegated astilbe.