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      plants that go in between garden rocks and can withstand heavy foot traffic. On this photo :Isotoma Fluviatilis or Blue Star creeper

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      20 Plants for garden pathways which can handle foot traffic. Might be interesting to do for the stone path off the back deck!

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      Blue Star Creeper... One of 20 plants for garden paths which can withstand foot traffic

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