Cymbalaria muralis. (Ivy Leaved Toadflax)
Known by many common names including ivy leaf toadflax, Kenilworth ivy, coliseum ivy, Oxford ivy, mother of thousands, wandering sailor, Cymbalaria is a very tough very hardy creeper that have pale green leaves that look like a miniature ivy which are smothered in lilac miniature snap dragon like flowers for most of the year.
The plants are often seen rambling down walls and in nooks and crannies. They will grow pretty much anywhere. Can ramble and trail or be used as ground cover.
Very attractive excellent for a difficult to fill spot. Very fast growing.
Upon arrival unpack and water place in a cool semi shady spot to allow to recover from shipping. After a day or two these can be planted out. Dig a hole the size of the pot and fill with water. Sprinkle a handful of slow release food granules into the hole (this is optional but will give the plants an added boost and can be purchased with your order) soak the plant pot and remove the whole plant and its soil in one place directly into the hole back firm and firm in well to ensure their are no air pockets. Water in. Should the weather be hot during planting further watering may be necessary. Otherwise simply enjoy and trim back old flowers head once they have gone over.