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Ground Cover Plants For Shade





ground cover plants for shade















ground cover plants for shade - Dichondra Seed




Dichondra Seed - 1 LB


Dichondra Seed - 1 LB



Dichondra is a perennial ground cover which has a prostrate or creeping growth habit with circular leaves and entire margins. It grows very close to the ground, (usually not over 2 inches tall) and is a warm season ground cover. It is adpated to warmer climates, but will retain its striking green color during winter temperatures as low as 20 - 25 degrees Farenheit with only slight leaf browning. Dichondra has broad, almost circular leaves (looks similar to clover) and when mown low establishes a thick dense carpet look. Dichondra is now used in many ground cover situations where normal grasses may not do as well. It has a bright green color and a very good feel underfoot. Dichondra is highly resistant to diseases and will grow in partial shade to full sun. Beautiful in landscaping areas of no maintenance where adapted, and does not need to be mown. When used in lawn situations it can be mown for an even, smooth finish.










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Wallace in the Euonymus




Wallace in the Euonymus





Wallace demonstrates how tough Euonymus fortunei 'Kewensis' is as a ground cover plant - it will grow in sun or shade - it is evergreen - it keeps the weeds down - you can walk on it - and sleep on it!











Epimedium x warleyense




Epimedium x warleyense





Epimediums are wonderful ground cover plants for growing in shade, even quite deep shade.

Too bad about the celandine here ... I do have quite a bit of that in my garden.









ground cover plants for shade








ground cover plants for shade




Creeping Speedwell - 1000 Seeds






Many perennial gardeners are familiar with spike speedwell, the tall growing Veronicas, but not so familiar with the creeping ground cover Veronicas. If you are one of these people, you have been missing out on one of the lowest growing ground covers available. Creeping blue speedwell (veronica repens) only grows to 2" tall and is adorned with a soft, light blue flower in masses. This ground cover will spread and flourish in your flower bed or work perfectly between stepping stones or in a rock garden. Veronicas are alpine plants and they don't really like being used as lawn alternatives. But tuck them somewhere where their roots are kept cool, like between pavers or in rock gardens or troughs, and they'll deliver for you. Veronicas are deciduous, meaning they'll drop their leaves in the fall. You'll need to clean out the fallen leaves so the new growth in spring isn't smothered.










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