Haplocarpha nervosa is a pretty groundcover that is very frost hardy, enjoys a wet spot in the garden and can form extensive mats if happy. Due to short flowering stems, it is a neater plant than Haplocarpa scaposa, but the flowers are very similar. The leaves are white-felted below and conspicuously veined on top.
Flowering season is from September to April and the long season that adds to the charm. It is a wetland specie and requires constant moisture to be at its best.