Polemonium reptans, commonly called creeping Jacob's ladder, typically grows in a mound to 12" (less frequently to 18") tall. Features light blue, bell-shaped flowers (to 3/4" long) in loose, terminal clusters appearing on sprawling, weak stems in mid to late spring. Pinnately compound leaves with oval leaflets are arranged like the rungs of a ladder (hence the common name). Sometimes also commonly called Greek valerian.
Height: 12 - 18"
Spread: 12 - 18"
Spacing: 12 - 18"
Exposure: Full Sun (6+ Hours) or Part Shade (4 to 6 Hours)
Blooms: Spring to Mid Summer