Densely foliaged fast covering groundcover with silver edged leaves, this easy to grow plant sports … Continued
browsing plants: groundcover
This is a group of low-growing plants with a creeping, spreading habit used to cover sections of ground while requiring minimal maintenance.
Standard landscape ornamentals can also be used as a ground cover when planted in mass, for example, daylilies can be used to cover large expanses or slopes. Some creeping shrubs like Procumbens juniper can serve this function, as well as ornamental grasses or self-seeding annuals.
Narrow, burgundy leaves grow only 4″ high and are topped in late spring by purple-blue … Continued
Dark burgundy to black foliage with bright blue flowers makes a great low-mainetance groundcover that … Continued
Blue flower spikes in spring above variegated white, green, and burgundy foliage. Tolerant of deep … Continued
Nodding white blooms in early to mid-spring and again in fall over lustrous dense green … Continued
Soft, gray foliage is arguably the best ornamental feature of this native perennial. Useful as … Continued
Silver-white foliage carpet is topped with pink buds that resemble pussycat pads. Buds open to … Continued
Woolly, thick white foliage makes an excellent contrast plant. Grows to 12″ high and 24″ … Continued
Low-growing, ferny, silver, aromatic foliage is excellent for borders and underplantings. Stunning in mass, it … Continued
This low, colony-forming perennial grows large, velvety, heart-shaped leaves with a darkish red-brown to green-brown … Continued
Large heart-shaped, dark green leaves are variegated with shimmering silver. They remain semi-evergreen through mild … Continued
Low-growing mounds of cut-leaves are covered with large, purple, cup-shaped flowers all summer. Can self-seed … Continued