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Ground Cover Plants

Blue Rug Juniper

Blue Rug Juniper

$22.95

The Blue Rug Juniper is a low-lying, creeping evergreen shrub. The growth habit can be described as a dense, low, mat-like plant with a height of 4...

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Big Blue Liriope border

Big Blue Liriope

$16.95
$16.95
$11.95

The Big Blue Liriope is a great perennial for groundcover or border plantings. Enjoy showy flower spikes of lavender flowers in late summer! Flower...

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Peach Drift Rose

Peach Drift® Rose

$54.99
$49.95

Drift® roses are a new and improved variety of roses. Created from a blend of miniature roses and full-size ground cover roses, you will LOVE the D...

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Star Jasmine

Star Jasmine

$35.95

Looking for the perfect way to showcase or spruce up part of your property, like a fence, mailbox, or patio? Look no further than the stunning and ...

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Firewitch Dianthus

Firewitch Dianthus

$29.95
$29.95
$24.95

Introduction Beautiful Blue Ground Cover with Lots of Color and Pink Blooms! Silver blue ground cover with bright pink flowers Adds unique color t...

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Red Drift Rose

Red Drift® Rose

$29.95

Introduction Ruby Red Blooms Celebrate your Yard! Extremely hardy rose bush Disease resistant! Blooms from spring all the way to frost AND it's a ...

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Sedum Angelina

Sedum Angelina

$19.95

Introduction This Spectacular Groundcover is a Must Have! Does Well Grown In Containers Low Maintenance Disease & Pest Free Terrific For Sunny...

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Evergold Sedge

Evergold Sedge

$24.99

Introduction Add Bold Pops of Color and Rich Texture with this Extraordinary Plant Creamy Yellow color Plant in Groups or Borders for loads of col...

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Flirt Nandina

Nandina Flirt™

$49.95

Introduction Add Pops of Rich Color to your Landscape Anywhere! Vibrant red color all year long! Dwarf variety that only grows to 2 feet tall and ...

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Gumpo White Azalea shrub

Gumpo White Azalea

$49.95
$49.95
$39.95

Introduction Huge White Flowers in Late Spring Dwarf Evergreen Azalea A Unique Groundcover Low Maintenance Flowering Shrub Perfect Container Azale...

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Gardenia Radicans

Gardenia Radicans

$47.95

Introduction All the Beauty and Fragrance of a Gardenia in a Small Package! Perfect ground cover, border, foundation, or container gardenia Pretty...

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What Ground Cover Plants Grow in Full Sun?

Most of our ground covers can tolerate full. So you are in luck because you have plenty of choices for full sun Ground Cover Plants! We love Drift Roses, Daylilies, Creeping Phlox, Dianthus, and groundcover Juniper for sunny spots in the landscape. Choose from a wide variety of colors, textures, and types.

What Ground Cover Plants Grow in Shade?

Our Ground Cover Plants for shade include Lirope, Dwarf Japanese Garden Juniper, Daylily, Mondo Grass, Cityline Paris Bigleaf Hydrangea, Sum and Substance Hosta, Gumpo White Azalea, and Flirt Nandina. These plants can all grow in part shade sites. Keep in mind most flowering groundcovers will likely bloom better in sunny conditions. Carex Sedge, Coral Bells Heuchera, Snow-N-Summer Asiatic Jasmine and Variegated Liriope will tolerate heavy shade.

What are the Best Ground Cover Plants for Slopes?

Most ground covers work well on hills and slopes. Junipers are the best Ground Cover Plants for these difficult areas. Juniper plants are excellent for controlling erosion. If you prefer ground cover flowering plants, Drift Roses and Creeping Phlox are a great choice for planting on hillsides.

How to Plant Ground Cover Plants

Water your potted plant thoroughly before planting. Be sure to check the sunlight recommendations for your particular ground cover plant. Dig a hole twice the width and almost as tall as the root ball. Once placed in the hole the root ball of your plant should be slightly higher than the soil line. Fill the hole with water, backfill the hole with soil, and tamp the soil down gently with your hands to remove air pockets. Apply 1 to 2 inches of mulch around your plant and water again until the water begins to pool. Water daily for the first week.

flowering ground cover plants

Flowering Ground Cover Plants

These ground covers add color and beauty to the home landscape.

evergreen ground cover plants

Evergreen Ground Cover Plants

These low growing plants offer year-round interest and coverage.

For additional ground cover options for your landscape, browse Junipers and Creeping Phlox.