Globularia Cordifolia is an evergreen perennial ! Hardy, it will also be invaluable for its cultivation in dry soil and its generous lavender-blue summer flowering, which can be expressed both in the open ground and isolated in a through.
Globularia Cordiofolia belongs to the Globulariaceae family. It can be found in rocks or rock gardens of the limestone mountains of the Haut Jura, in the Alps, the Causses of Lozère, Aveyron and the Pyrenees (450 to 2500 m of altitude), despite the rocky and dry soil with significant temperature differences.
Globularia Cordiofolia is an excellent ground cover and a great accent plant, so much so that it can be likened to a micro-prairie. It quickly forms a large, bushy carpet which is no more than 8cm high, with dark green, almost glossy foliage that is indented at the top and grouped in rosettes. From May to July, small spherical flowers no bigger than a coin emerge.