Perennial Plant Association 2007 Perennial Plant of the Year! ‘Walker’s Low’ is shorter, more refined, … 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.
2021 Proven Winners National Perennial of the Year A smaller-scale catmint that also blooms 2-3 … Continued
Low mats of spiny pads which can colonize large beds over time. Showy flowers are … Continued
A hardy and flavorful Greek oregano. This cultivar is best used dried, which reportedly deepens … Continued
Best grown in organically rich, medium moisture, well-drained soils in part shade to full shade, … Continued
Pennyroyal is an excellent living mulch and insect repellent. Rubbing leaves on on skin can … Continued
18″ colorfully tricolored leaves are variegated with white, green and pink. This grass spreads aggressively, … Continued
Showy spring perennials produce vibrant carpets of bloom in very early spring, right when we’re … Continued
Sometimes called umbrella plant because of its large round leaves, this native creeps by rhizomes … Continued
Plants form a low mound of strawberry-like foliage topped with coral flowers, beginning in early … Continued
Attracts beneficial garden insects like crazy — honeybees, butterflies, beneficial wasps, and moths cover the … Continued
Thin, evergreen, spiny golden-yellow foliage radiates around central stem and is tinged russet orange at … Continued