Thriving in the margins of ponds, it produces long creeping stems of green scalloped foliage edged with irregular cream margins that are tinged with pink at maturity. From April to June this hardy perennial will sometimes bear insignificant, greenish flowers above the water’s surface. Requires a permanently moist position in sun or light shade. Over time, Hydrocotyle sibthorpioides Variegata will spread to form a dense mat of foliage that offers excellent cover for wildlife. Height: 6″. Spread: 39″. Planting depth: Zones 1, 2 & 3 to 10″ below water level.