Silver Falls is an herbaceous and evergreen perennial. Outdoors it can be grown as a low groundcover or as a plant that trails over the edge of a raised bed or container. It is especially popular in hanging baskets because of its trailing foliage.
The name Silver Falls comes from the unique coloring of the leaves, a silvery pale green. The flowers are not very noticeable, and the real reason to grow this plant is for the pretty leaves. It is also prized for its ability to spread and cover an area vigorously and quickly as well as for its low-maintenance nature. Growing a Silver Falls plant indoors is a great way to add a different element to your houseplants. Not typically grown inside, Silver Falls does well in containers and there is no reason you shouldn’t try it. Silver falls dichondra care is simple and you’ll find that if you give your potted plant the right conditions, it will thrive and grow vigorously.