Convolvulus cneorum is a prolific flowering, low growing shrub. The clean silver foliage covers the plant all year round and the cup shaped white flowers open in late spring and continue throughout the summer and autumn months. It needs a sunny free draining position preferring full sun.
Very easy care.
White flowers in late spring, summer and autumn months.
Lovely silver foliage.
Evergreen flowering shrub.
Great for pots and garden beds.
Unlike other species in the genus, it is an evergreen shrub rather than a vine, forming a low mound. It produces many pink buds unfurling to white 2.5–4 cm (1–2 in) diameter flowers which are white with a yellow throat. These appear at the end of stems in loose panicles and may almost completely cover the plants for a long period during the summer months. The leaves are grey-green and are covered in fine hairs which give the plant a silvery appearance.