A dwarf, prostrate, low-spreading, evergreen conifer that typically grows to 12-18″ tall but spreads to … 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.
‘Herman’s Pride’ has dark green leaves are overlaid with silver veining. Densing mounding plants grow … Continued
‘Beacon Silver’ is tough yet showy perennial groundcover. This classic selection forms a spreading patch … Continued
Leaves have an almost metallic golden sheen. Otherwise similar to standard lemon balm with lemony … Continued
Arching spikes of white flowers have a graceful crook that gives them the look of … Continued
Round, green leaves create a low-growing mat with small yellow flowers. ‘Aurea’ is a bright … Continued
This low-growing, mat-forming perennial features rosettes of lance-shaped toothed leaves spreading quickly and blooming from … Continued
Clusters of trumpet-shaped blue flowers open in early spring. Flower buds are pink and emerge … Continued
‘The Best’ (Mentha spicata), like other spearmints, has less menthol than peppermint varieties which make … Continued
Violet blossoms with aromatic foliage. A familiar sight on the prairie. Native to most of … Continued