Isotoma (eye-sot-oh-muh) fluviatilis ‘Blue Star Creeper'
Common Name(s): Laurentia, previously known as: Laurentia fluviatilis, Lobelia fluviatilis, Rapuntium fluviatilis.
Blue star creeper grows well in sun, part sun, or part shade, depending on the region. A low-maintenance, spreading, evergreen groundcover forms a flat carpet of tiny green leaves covered with small, long-blooming, light blue flowers.
Prefers partial shade, occasionally wet soil and tolerates foot traffic.
Planting between paving stones, in the rock garden or use as a lawn substitute. Spreads by runners but can be contained with deep landscaping edging material.