Blue Star Creeper - Laurentia - Isotoma axilaris
Blue Star Creeper makes everything around it look good. A sweet little filler, it looks like a moss with tiny blue flowers, but it's surprisingly tough.
The seeds are expensive, not for random broadcasting (unless you're very rich). Surface sow them in a pot till they're established, then transplant and allow them to fill in over time. Fill in they will. They're perennial in zones 5 through 9. Dappled shade with even moisture is ideal.
Water seed starting mix and allow to drain. Sprinkle seeds on top of your soil. Cover your pot with plastic wrap and a rubber band and place in indirect light, keeping soil consistently moist but not soaking wet. Plastic wrap will keep in heat and moisture, remove the wrap once you have seedlings.
***SEEDS ARE TINY***
20 teeny, tiny seeds