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Snow On The Mountain - Bishop's Weed Plant

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Light: part sun, part shade Zones: 3-9 Plant Type: perennial Plant Height: 12-24 inches tall Plant Width: 12-48 inches wide

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Snow On The Mountain Vine - Bishop's Weed Plant


The Snow on the Mountain Vine has light green leaves with white coloring outlining them. The plants range from two to four feet in height. These plants have a waxy covering for their protection. The plant bloom in the early fall. The flower looks like white caps that are small in size. The flower form in the center of the leave clusters. If preserved the flowers can be preserved in boiling water. Doing so will help them last a long time as a decorative piece in the home. This vine is used to add a touch of beauty to any landscaping project. They go very well with other plants are will get the attention of people passing by.

Bishops weed has several different names it goes by. Snow on the mountain is the most common name it is called.

This plant can be planted in containers. Most of the time it is planted in the ground as the ground cover in shady spots where hardly anything else would grow. It can be planted on slopes.

The flower part of this plant is seen at the beginning of summer. People have said the flower part sometimes seems to float above the leafy foliage. After that, only the green and white leafy foliage are seen.

Light: part sun, part shade
Zones: 3-9
Plant Type: perennial
Plant Height: 12-24 inches tall
Plant Width: 12-48 inches wide

Special features of this plant are its flowers, the foliage is attractive and beautiful, it is tolerant to drought, and deer and other animals will not usually eat it. This plant is easy to grow. It tolerates poor soil and shady areas where nothing else is able to grow. Be careful if this plant is used as borders or in flower and garden beds. This plant is invasive and can take over lawns, flower beds, and gardens. After planting it, every year or two it should be trimmed back, so it does not invade other plants or the lawn.

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