Silver-white leaves; yellow flowers in summer on this choice rock garden or trough plant. Choice … 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 green toothed leaves on plants growing just 8-12″ tall and topped with yellow flowers … Continued
Low, spreading sedum that forms a rounded mound, sending out horizontal branches from the central … Continued
Thin, evergreen, spiny blue foliage radiates around the central stems that cascade over container sides … Continued
Dr. John Creech, former director of the U.S. National Arboretum, discovered this Sedum in the … Continued
This small, spreading native perennial typically occurs in damp locations along stream banks, bluff bases … Continued
Super low, 4″ mat of very fine green foliage is covered with yellow flowers in … Continued
“Little chicks” cluster around the larger rosette “hen” making perfect little rock garden perennials that … Continued
Soft, thick, woolly silver foliage stays low to the ground. 12-15″ flower stalks emerge in … Continued
Culinary Thymes English thyme/common thyme (Thymus vulgaris) is the most popular variety of culinary thyme, … Continued
Native, mounding ground cover with foamy white flower stalks in early spring. Mature plants send … Continued
Trillium grandiflorum sports exquisite white blooms up to 5” across in mid-spring that fade to … Continued