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    In early spring, when hostas are coming up, mix 10 parts water to 1 part ammonia, and pour over plant and soil. This will kill slug larvae.

    Moss Phlox (Phlox subulata) is a richly flowering, clump-forming phlox that stays green in both summer and winter. In spring these plants produce innumerable crimson and white flowers that attract butterflies. These Phlox like to be planted in full sunshine.

    Verbena A fast-growing, drought-toelrant plant with an exceptionally long bloom period. Flowers come in peach, orange, yellow, white, purple, red and bicolors. Deadheading once or twice during the season will revive flowering. Several forms are available; use the trailing or moss types as a colorful, heat-tolerant groundcover or for cascading over a retaining wall. Plant in full sun to partial shade in well-drained soil. Short-lived; often treated as an annual. USDA Hardiness Zones: 7 to 10

    Cover it up. Tough areas like along hot driveways or on steep slopes call for a resilient ground cover. They choke out weeds and, best of all, look good without much effort from you! Three ground covers that thrive in the toughest, hottest spots in your garden and are quick to get established. (Poppy mallow Callirhoe involucrata)

    Wild Thyme (Thymus Serpyllum) forms evergreen cushions that spread rapidly and are smothered in flowers in summer. Its tiny leaves contain a rich, fragrant essential oil. This ground cover plant fills the air with a herbal scent. Fast growing, resistant, requires little care

    White Nancy (Lamium maculatum) in 18 Ideal Groundcover Plants for Dry Shade from HGTV

    flowering ground cover, gardening, landscaping, flowers LOVE the idea of planting low-growing, flowering ground cover between flagstone pavers, I'd use the one in the picture, or purple thyme or something like Sweet Vernal grass (vanilla scented)

    "Creeping Phlox" - The area UNDER PINE TREEs is dry, dark and allelopathic, which means that the soil is inhospitable to most plants...

    Lithodora Heavenly Blue is a low, mat-forming evergreen plant with small, hairy leaves. Introduced into the U.K. as lithospermum around 1825, this low growing alpine hosts beautiful sky blue gentian-like flowers from May to September

    Vinca periwinkle was the only deer resistant, drought tolerant ground cover for our lake house planting plan... nice purple carpet.

    planting ground cover plants. groundcovers do a lot more than simply cover bare soil. Part of a vast universe of versatile and problem-solving plants, they range from feathery grasses that never need mowing to soggy-soil-loving ferns to full-sun perennials that blanket hard-to-tend hills with fragrant blooms. Some groundcovers even withstand foot traffic, making them ideal as filler between stepping stones or as a substitute for a lawn.

    Fast growing ground cover, Purple Cascading Aubrieta.

    CREEPING PHLOX: 1) Plant in a site where it can receive at least six to eight hours of full sun daily 2) Require a well-draining site and cannot tolerate wet feet 3) Attractive to hummingbirds and honeybees 4) Use as a spreading ground cover

    Sweet Woodruff (Galium odoratum) A useful ground cover plant for poor soil, sweet woodruff is a vigorous, mat-forming perennial that provides a carpet of bright green, lance-shaped leaves in woodland gardens and shady borders. Clusters of white, starry flowers appear in spring. This fully hardy plant prefers well-drained to moist soil and partial sun to complete shade. H: 16 inches; S: 5 feet