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GROUNDCOVERS

Legend:  S  = Sun      PS = Part Shade    S  = Shade    N  = Native plants

Use groundcovers to decrease lawn areas for less mowing or to underplant so you need less mulch each season.
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Lady's Mantle
(Alchemilla mollis)

S/PS Beautiful scalloped gray-green leaves with tiny chartreuse flowers in spring. Mat forming, spreads slowly, self seeds a bit. Lovely when wet with dew.

2.5” pot          3/$12

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Juniper 'Blue Rug'
(Juniperus horizontalis)

S
Creeping plant spreading to 6'-8', height 4"-6", silvery blue foliage that has a light purple tinge in winter. ONe of the shortest varieties.

3" pot          3/$12

Phlox 'Candy Stripe'
(Phlox subulata)

N/S/PS Creeping plant spreading to 6'-8', height 4"-6", silvery blue foliage that has a light purple tinge in winter. One of the shortest varieties.

3" pot          $5

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Myrtle
(Vinca minor)

PS/Sh 6" Small shiny evergreen foliage with violet blue flowers in spring for light to full shade. Fast spreading, tolerant of many locations. Plant clumps 10" apart.

Bareroot clumps of 10-20 plants 5/$5

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Pachysandra
Pachysandra terminalis

PS/S 8" Dense, lustrous green evergreen that is excellent in masses under trees or in difficult locations to replace lawn. Any soil, water liberally to establish. White flowers early April. Plant 6" apart to fill in 2 years.

25 rooted cuttings / $18  

 

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