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Fragrant foliage gets covered with small purplish flowers.

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Evergreen groundcover that can creep over walls or crawl up them. Typically not seen as invasive in Illinois because of our winters. Other parts of the country it is not advised.

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Bright golden foliage looks more yellow with more sun. Brightens up any shady spot. Can creep aggresively.

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Early April fragrant white spikey flowers. Evergreen foliage looks shiny and deep green all year round.

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Dark green foliage turns reddish purple in fall through winter. Needs to be planted in the right place. Can be extremely invasive if left alone. Should limit its use to contained gardens, or parking lot areas.

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Dark black foliage with purple spikey flowers. Foliage is larger than many other types. Spreads quickly if in a well drained garden.

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Variegated foliage. Pink, green and white. Low growing ground cover can handle some shade but prefers morning sun.

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Smaller foliage than other types of ajuga. Foliage has shades of green and purple. Purple flowers in mid spring.