Gracious Groundcovers

Pretty alternatives to the usual low-growing junipers.
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Verbena

Euonymus

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hgPG-2458000-groundcover_euonymus

Lamium

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hgPG-2458001-groundcover_lamium-pink-chablis

Japanese Kerria 'Picta'

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Cotoneaster

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Groundcover Roses

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Vinca

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hgPG-2458003-groundcover_vinca2

Bugleweed

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Ajuga. A fast-growing groundcover, ajuga has low-growing foliage and flower spikes in pink, white, blue or lavender. Plant 12 to 18 inches apart. USDA Hardiness Zones: 4 to 10

Ajuga. A fast-growing groundcover, ajuga has low-growing foliage and flower spikes in pink, white, blue or lavender. Plant 12 to 18 inches apart. USDA Hardiness Zones: 4 to 10

Dead Nettle

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