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Pimelia prostrata, commonly known as New Zealand daphne, is a small mat forming plant found from North Cape to the Bluff on the coast or in mountains scrambling happily over rocks and flowering through summer. Minute 2-12mm, dull green, ovate to elliptic-oblong leaves, margins often red, arranged in four neat ranks along wiry stems. Frangrant white or blue flowers in small crowded heads. Followed by small white berries. Excellent for growing around or over rocks. Blue Peter grows 0.1 m tall x 0.5 meter wide