Persicaria affinis
Persicaria affinis
Charming 3” conical spikes densely packed with tiny blooms from June to September. Flower buds are a deep rose color that open and fade to pale pink to white. The low-growing, deep green and leathery, elliptic- shaped leaves turn bronze red in the fall. Trailing stems form a mat that can tolerate moderate foot traffic. (Perennial,Groundcover)
Bloom time Size Exposure
Summer 8-12" tall x 24" wide Sun Part Shade 
Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,8,9,10,11
zone map Cold Hardy to -20° to -10°F
Attracts Bees Attracts BeesAttracts Beneficial Insects Attracts Beneficial Insects
Attracts Butterflies Attracts ButterfliesDeer Resistant Deer Resistant
Drought Tolerant Drought TolerantEvergreen Evergreen
Fabulous Foliage Fabulous FoliageFall/Winter Color Fall/Winter Color
Fragrant FragrantGood for Cut Flowers Good for Cut Flowers
Long Blooming or Repeat Blooming Long Blooming or Repeat BloomingMay Naturalize May Naturalize
Prostrate or vining growth habit Prostrate or vining growth habitRockery or Alpine Plant Rockery or Alpine Plant
Showy Flowers Showy FlowersTakes Light Foot Traffic Takes Light Foot Traffic
Tolerates moist soil Tolerates moist soil