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  • Tiffany Harper

    low ground covers and creeping perennials resilient enough to withstand being walked on- great for around my stepping stones!

  • Mary Yavner

    Outdoor Living: Outdoor Pathway Perennials - Martha Stewart

  • Michelle Thompson

    Made for Walking There are dozens of low ground covers and creeping perennials resilient enough to withstand being walked on -- in fact, some thrive underfoot. Notice how much (or little) the pathway you're thinking of planting is used. Then select varieties with similar growth rates, water needs, and sun conditions. ~ Outdoor Living, Martha Stewart

  • K Wrens

    Outdoor Living: - Martha Stewart Perennials for a garden path

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