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Ground Covers

Turn bare spots into a wonder of color.

Ground Covers

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  • Hosta 'White Feather'
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    White Feather Hosta

    1 for $14.99
  • Campanula portenschlagiana
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  • Mertensia virginica

    Virginia Bluebells

    1 for $12.99
  • Lamium maculatum
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  • Lamium maculatum 'Orchid Frost'
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  • Gentiana cruciata 'Blue Cross'

    Blue Cross Gentian

    1 for $12.99
  • Cyclamen coum

    Hardy Cyclamen

    3 for $12.99
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  • Sempervivum Mixed
  • Convallaria majalis

    Lily-of-the-Valley

    10 for $12.99
  • Hosta 'Fire Island'
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    Fire Island Hosta

    1 for $14.99
  • Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Nigrescens' (Ophiopogon)
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    Black Mondo Grass

    1 for $12.99
  • Lewisia cotyledon 'Elise'

    Elise Lewisia

    1 for $12.99
  • Hosta
  • Dicentra 'Burning Hearts' PP#20,797
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  • Campanula poscharskyana
  • Euphorbia 'Ascot Rainbow' PP#21,401
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    Ascot Rainbow Spurge

    1 for $14.99
  • Primula polyanthus elite hybrids
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    Mixed Hardy Primrose

    3 for $24.99
  • Athyrium niponicum var. pictum 'Burgundy Lace' PP15072
  • Euphorbia 'Nothowlee', PP#17,178
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    Blackbird Spurge

    1 for $14.99
  • Hosta Mix
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  • Helleborus WEDDING PARTY™ Mix
  • Hakonechloa macra 'All Gold'
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  • Mixed Hardy Ferns
  • Euphorbia x martini 'Tiny Tim', PP#16,930
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    Tiny Tim Spurge

    1 for $14.99
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Make your garden more appealing—and choke out weeds—with groundcovers. Often called green mulch, groundcover plants are hardworking and tough. They're also decorative, available in a range of textures and green colors. They do just what their name says, making them ideal for landscape transitions in that you can reduce mulching expense and time. They're also ideal for challenging areas like beneath trees where flowers won't grow, between rocks, and down slopes to prevent erosion and/or to improve safety by eliminating mowing. Groundcovers are a popular garden choice because they provide weed control. They are easy to grow and maintain, especially if you choose native plants. Once planted, they hold up for many years, and some varieties withstand light foot traffic. They rarely require regular fertilizing, and many varieties do well with rain only as a water source.
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