Ground Covers

Ground covers are low-growing plants that spread horizontally to cover the ground, creating a carpet-like effect. They serve many purposes in landscaping, including killing weeds, controlling erosion and improving aesthetics. Ground covers are frequently used in gardens, landscaping and outdoor areas to have a balanced and attractive appearance. Here are some ground cover types:

  • Creeping Jenny (Lysimachia nummularia):
    This low-growing medium has yellow-green foliage and spreads quickly, making it perfect in the ground for both full sun and some shade.
  • Creeping Thyme (Thymus serpyllum):
    Creeping thyme has leafy leaves and small flowers and is a popular choice in sunny areas. It is often used in stepping stones or stone gardens.
  • Vinca (Vinca minor):
    Catharanthus roseus, also known as periwinkle, is a creeping groundcover with glossy green leaves and bluish-green flowers. It is useful in shaded areas and is known for its ability to control erosion.
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