Grow in average, medium moisture, well-drained soil in full sun. Remove faded flower spires to prolong bloom. If grown in the St. Louis area, 'Georgia Blue' should be grown in a protected location and given a good winter mulch since it is only winter hardy to Zone 6.
A semi-prostrate, spreading plant growing to 8" tall and featuring spires of tiny, round, blue flowers which bloom in late April-May. May rebloom intermittently throughout the summer. Foliage is reddish-green in spring turning to deep green in summer and finally turning bronze in fall.
No serious insect or disease problems.
Mixes well with other perennials, providing color and contrast to the perennial border front or rock garden. Effective as an edging plant or as a ground cover.