Chaetacanthus stiger is a hardy, evergreen, flat growing, groundcover with attractive, glossy, round leaves. Small starry white flowers are borne along the trailing stems from August. to January.
Plant in sun or shade. Butterflies find it irresistible making it an attractive addition to a butterfly garden.
It is the host plant of the Yellow Pansy and Gaika Blue butterflies.
Plant trailing over the edge of containers, in hanging baskets or planted in retaining walls where its bright little leaves look good all year round, and although waterwise, look much better if watered regularly.
Size 15 to 25 cm