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Snowball Bush Viburnum by cingene

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Which Plants to Use as Lawn Alternative. Black Scallop Bugleweed (Ajuga reptans ‘Black Scallop’) Black Scallop bugleweed boasts near-black leaves that hug the ground. Use plants in areas where only moderate foot traffic occurs or to create a striking bed or path edging. Ajuga forms a thick mat that crowds out weeds, and this particular variety doesn’t spread as aggressively into lawns as other types do. … More...

Learn about groundcover plants that will thrive in damp shade and grow successfully in your lawn and garden spaces with these tips from HGTV.

Arthropodium cirratum (New Zealand Rock Lily) - Paul Bangay recommends for under large trees.

Arthropodium cirratum - New Zealand Rock Lily. (H) x (W) Water requirements: Average water needs. Position: Part Shade. Produces and excellent display of white white flowers. A really great plant for structure in a shady spot.

Snowball viburnum, absolutely stunning.... They are stunning and I had five of these along my driveway at the previous property ~ withstood extreme heat, frost in winter and the occasional dusting of snow! AJ

The Chinese snowball viburnum has a lot going for it: virtually no insect or disease pressures, height, spectacular glistening white blossoms, and cut flowers by the buckets. This makes this heirloom that’s strutting its stuff right now in the Sou