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Groundcovers for all applications

Groundcovers galore are still available at the Appleway location on clearance for $5 each in 1 gallon containers. There are many reasons to utilize groundcovers, they not only beautify our spaces, but can help retain moisture and nutrients, help to prevent soil erosion, and keep weeds in check. Some spread far and wide, some are great for spilling over rocks and walls, some are best suited for sun or shade- or both! Chances are we have something for you that will give your space just the pop you're looking for!

Ajuga 'Burgundy Glow'

A great option for shady spots!

Vinca minor, also known as Creeping Myrtle or Periwinkle. Grows in sun or shade, evergreen, spreads far!

Spring Cinquefoil

Great late spring pop of color!

Snow in Summer

Late spring/early summer bloom, nice silver foliage when not in bloom. Very drought tolerant.

Silvermound Artemesia

Best in full sun, so velvety soft you'll be tempted to roll around in it!

Barren Strawberry 'Lipstick'

This will grow just about anywhere!

Silver Brocade Artemesia

For that silvery soft look of Dusty Miller but in a perennial groundcover.

Mahonia repens- Creeping Oregon Grape

Evergreen, great spring flower, spreads rapidly in difficult spots. Very versatile.

Genista pilosa

Very dense spreader with a spectacular bloom period. Good in dry locations.

Basket of Gold

The picture and the name says it all. Looks great blended with other colors.

Sweet Woodruff

Great smothering groundcover for shade. Wonderful fragrance when in bloom.

Creeping Phlox aka Moss Phlox

Huge pop of spring color!

Ajuga 'Bronze Beauty'

Great for shade!

Green Beauty Cotoneaster

Dense matt forms to block out weeds well! Red berries following white spring flowers attract birds. Intense red fall color.

Blue Rug Juniper

Dense. Deer resistant. Drought tolerant. Darn near indestructible.

Bishop's Weed.

Will grow just about anywhere and choke out just about anything, but does best in shady areas.

Bar Harbor Juniper

Great ultra low evergreen spreader.

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