Wedelia trilobata Creeping Daisy

Wedelia trilobata is native to the northern part of South America and the West Indies. It is a creeping evergreen perennial that roots at the leaf nodes and spreads widely. The leaves are ovate and usually 3 lobed. The flower is a yellow daisy-like flower that is approximately 1 inch across. The plant makes an […]

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Verbena tenuisecta ‘ Fuchsia Moss Verbena

Moss Verbena is originally from South America. The leaves are highly divided and the plant tends to grow low giving it the common name of Moss Verbena. This plant does great in full sun and dry areas, great for rock gardens. Moss Verbena grows fast and will make a quick groundcover for any bare spots […]

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Trachelospermum asiaticum Asian Jasmine

Trachelospermum asiaticum is originally from southeast Asia and are made up of climbing or twining plants. They are moderately frost hardy and grow in full sun to full shade. Asian Jasmine has oval leaves 1-2 inches long that are glossy and dark green. It has a compact habit and will grow prostrate on the ground […]

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Ruellia humilis ‘Blue Shade’ Wild Petunia

Ruellia humilis ‘Blue Shade’ is a native groundcover in areas of the Eastern US, including Texas. The foliage is a deep olive green color and the leaves are hairy. The growth habit is very compact only getting 1-2′ tall with a equal spread, in fact this Ruellia is often used as a groundcover in Central […]

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Rivina humilis – Pigeonberry

Pigeonberry is a small groundcover that provides many different colors all season long. It is unique in that it is covered with small white and pink flowers, green and red berries, and red and green foliage at the same time. The berries are much loved by birds providing them with winter food, and it is […]

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Ophiopogon japonicus ‘Nana’ Dwarf Mondo Grass

Mondo Grass is native to Korea and Japan. It has a fairly low growing habit and the leaves are somewhat finer on this species than other species. The flowers are hidden and insignificant, thus the plant is grown for its foliage and groundcover effect. Total height of Ophiopogon japonicus ‘Nana’ is only 3 inches and […]

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Ophiopogon japonicus . Mondo Grass

Mondo Grass is native to Korea and Japan. It has a fairly low growing habit and the leaves are somewhat finer on this species than other species. The flowers are hidden and insignificant, thus the plant is grown for its foliage and groundcover effect. Ophiopogon japonicus has dark green foliage that is fine and somewhat […]

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Ophiopogon jaburan ‘Argenteovittatus'(‘Vittatus’) Aztec Grass

Ophiopogon jaburan ‘Argenteovittatus’ (‘Vittatus’) (also sold as Liriope spp.) has a tufted stoloniferous growth habit and can get up to 24″ tall. Aztec Grass has white spikes of bell shaped flowers in the summer. This grass is prized for its striking foliage which is variegated pale yellow to white. Aztec Grass is slow growing and […]

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Lysimachia procumbens Golden Globes

This is a mat-forming herbaceous perennial with whorled ovate leaves. The flowers are upturned and cup-shaped, yellow with red throats and are borne in the leaf terminal. The plant flowers from spring to summer and is 4 inches in height and 12 inches in width. It makes an excellent groundcover and is happiest in full […]

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Liriope muscari ‘Silvery Sunproof’ Variegated Lily Turf

This group of grass like plants consists of a clumping form of evergreen perennials native to Vietnam, Taiwan, Japan, and China. Liriope muscari are planted as a groundcover or path edging and the plants do not creep. Leaves range from dark green or variegated to some varieties that have leaves that are so dark that […]

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