baby's tears

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

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Baby's tears grow below and Mexican feather grass in back.
The baby's mother was out drinking with friends and it was her drunken father who responded to the baby's tears.
With the help of her landscaper she found baby's tears, a dense, tiny-leafed ground covering, to be the perfect transition between the slate patio and the surrounding plant life.
Baby's tears growing between cast pavers create the bold look of a mod rug in this San Francisco courtyard, which maintains a serene air even as the light changes from spectacular to subdued.
Cycads, Blechnum ferns, and tender baby's tears fill the garden beds.
Other candidates include baby's tears, dwarf thyme, and Irish moss.
Beneath the arbor, the patio is covered by diagonally set concrete pavers with baby's tears planted in the seams between them.
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.