Wide, strappy leaves measuring 1/4 to 1/2 inch across, this carex makes a bold statement … 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.
Low-growing, striking silver foliage grow happily in sunny locations as a ground cover. Narrow, silver-green … Continued
Intense blue flowers in summer are surrounded by glossy green foliage which turns vibrant scarlet … Continued
Makes a fine, ferny and fragrant low groundcover tolerant of dry conditions. Tea made from … Continued
Thrives in dry shade in poor soil. Excellent heirloom groundcover with dark green foliage spikes … Continued
Narrow blue-green foliage resembles spruce or cypress and spreads by rhizome to form a low, … Continued
Low growing, silvery-blue mat of foliage spreadst and cascades, creating an evergreen groundcover that produces … Continued
Deep red flowers with a crimson eye bloom constantly throughout the growing season. An excellent … Continued
Dense, clump-forming, deciduous perennial that grows 10-15” tall with a spread to 18-20″. Native to … Continued
Ornamental strawberry with mounded habit and dark green foliage, topped with deep rose red flowers … Continued
A shade gardeners friend, this fast growing, beautiful perennial herb sports small white spring flowers … Continued
Dainty, pink flowers are marked with delicate purple veining over lacy, gray-green foliage. An outstanding, … Continued