Blue bellflowers (Campanula carpatica), great perennial ground cover.

Designer has this plant in the plan Campanula poscharskyana (Serbian bellflower, trailing bellflower) is a semi- evergreen trailing perennial, valued for its lavender-blue star-shaped flowers

I love creeping phlox & once it takes hold, there's no stopping it. - but getting it to take hold has proven to be quite the task. I planted 5 this year, 2 are left. It is sooo beautiful though.

purple heart of creeping phlox. Sweet magnolias Farm identified this as creeping phlox

Sweet William  blooms in spring-early summer.  Sow thinly in good fine soil and thin out or transplant 9' apart. Perennial treasted as a biennial.

Sweet William (Dianthus) It's an annual, but almost always comes back every year like a perennial.

Lovely Garden Path

~ another gorgeous path ~ Spring middle garden at the Four Seasons Garden in Walsall ~ West Midlands, England

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Casas cottage!

Bell-flower: Campanula [Family: Campanulaceae]

purple perennials that bloom all summer PC Campanula Purple Get Mee: The purple blooms on this perennial are .

Turkish speedwell (Veronica liwanensis) Fast growing, drought tolerant ground cover that likes full sun and reaches about 2" in height. Tolerant of poor soil and is cold hardy.

Landscape design, flower garden: Turkish speedwell (Veronica liwanensis) Fast growing, drought tolerant ground cover that likes full sun and reaches about in height. Tolerant of poor soil and is cold hardy.

Waterfall-flowers-Japan

From another Pinner-Beautiful white Wisteria! We had one for years that grew up a pine tree. When we lost the pine tree in a hurricane, the wisteria continued to grow.It's still beautiful but now it's lavender.

Campanula portenschlagiana ‘Hoffman’s Blue’ (dalmatian bellflower) makes a great groundcover, with a thick carpet of gorgeous purple flowers.

Purple Flowering Groundcover - Campanula Portenschlagiana - a plant that grows in less-than-ideal conditions and has long-lasting foliage. Plant care info is on the post - via Northern Shade - Gardening Daily

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