Late emerging native groundcover excels in dry areas. Try planting with Dodecatheon meadia which is an early riser that goes away the same time wild petunia comes up. Has been known to reseed prolifically, even into lawns.
Bright yellow foliage hugs the ground and looks great between pavers
Dark green fine textured foliage looks great planted between pavers or in any area with good moisture.
Small scalloped foliage with tiny spikes of pink flowers in mid spring. Great to interplant with shorter Monardas
Extremely short groundcover with fragrant foliage and pink to red flowers. Great for planting between stones
Very fragrant creeping thyme. Smells like pink lemonade. Pink flowers come later. Purple fall color
This variety grows less than an inch hugging the ground with all its might. Tiny pink flowers cover the plant in mid summer
Fragrant foliage gets covered with small purplish flowers.
Mat forming groundcover for shade to part shade. Dainty white flowers in early spring. Prefers moisture or will defoliate early. Foliage is very aromatic especially when dry.
White centers with green edges. Dark purple flowers