Take a closer look at this flower’s elegant geometry! A white circle in a pentagon, surrounded by five asymmetric petals – like a fan or a propeller. This is the periwinkle. It’s great for erosion control and is also used as a spreading shrub or grown as a ground cover. The periwinkle plant takes its common name from the tiny attractive blooms that dot yards in April and May, appearing in the color of periwinkle blue.
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