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Prunera

Prunera

One of our favorite ground covers, leadplant is a tough little plant that thrives in sun or shade.

Top Fall Flowers for Your Garden

One of our favorite ground covers, leadplant is a tough little plant that thrives in sun or shade.

Primavera al balco

Primavera al balco

Rosamunde - Lilac-pink. Paeonia. Bright pink flowers on dark foliage

Rosamunde - Lilac-pink. Paeonia. Bright pink flowers on dark foliage

Talinum paniculatum (Fameflower, Jewels of Opar) - Fine Gardening Plant Guide

Talinum paniculatum (Fameflower, Jewels of Opar) - Fine Gardening Plant Guide

Epimedium. Dry shade can be a tough landscaping problem. Thankfully, epimedium thrives in these conditions. There are many to choose from, but varieties to look for include 'Pierre's Purple', 'Sulphureum', and 'Lilafee'.  Name: Epimedium grandiflorum  Growing Conditions: Part to full shade and well-drained soil  Size: 8 inches tall  Zones: 3-9

Easy Groundcovers

Epimedium. Dry shade can be a tough landscaping problem. Thankfully, epimedium thrives in these conditions. There are many to choose from, but varieties to look for include 'Pierre's Purple', 'Sulphureum', and 'Lilafee'. Name: Epimedium grandiflorum Growing Conditions: Part to full shade and well-drained soil Size: 8 inches tall Zones: 3-9

Vinca      Enjoy vinca's colorful blooms from spring through fall. The blue, purple, or white flowers provide a colorful accent to the shiny, green foliage. This easy, adaptable groundcover tolerates a wide range of soil conditions.      Note: It can also grow very quickly -- to the point some gardeners call it invasive.      Name: Vinca minor      Growing Conditions: Part to full shade and moist, well-drained soil      Size: 8 inches tall      Zones: 4-9

Easy Groundcovers

Vinca Enjoy vinca's colorful blooms from spring through fall. The blue, purple, or white flowers provide a colorful accent to the shiny, green foliage. This easy, adaptable groundcover tolerates a wide range of soil conditions. Note: It can also grow very quickly -- to the point some gardeners call it invasive. Name: Vinca minor Growing Conditions: Part to full shade and moist, well-drained soil Size: 8 inches tall Zones: 4-9

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