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Gaining Ground Garden Design - Tough Plants for tough places

Helpful Hints

  • Add ground cover shrubs such as Dwarf Mountain Pine and Juniper or upright evergreens to provide winter interest
  • Plant Sedum, Thymus and Delosperma on rock ledges or above retaining walls to crate a cascading effect.
  • Create a winding path of Creeping Thyme through your ground cover garden to provide a maintenance entry without sacificing valuable planting space
  • If you live in a Zone 5 area, substitue the Zone 6 Santolina with Artemisia schmidtiana 'Silver Mound'.
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Gaining ground Garden Design


a. Arabis ‘Variegata’
b. Artemisia ‘silver brocade’
c. Ceratostigma plumbaginoides
d. Corepsis ‘nana’
e. Delosperma nubigenum
f. Dianthus ‘sternkissen’
g. Festuca ‘select’
h. Helianthemum ‘wisely primrose’
i. Nepta ‘six hills giant’
j. Phlox ‘rose cushion’
k. Santoline chamaecyparissus var. nana
l. Saponaria ocymoides
m. Sedum kamtschaticum
n. Sedum ‘tricolor’

33 Garden Designs for your home:

Shady Oasis
Gaining Ground
Front Door Enterance Design
Coastal Perennial Garden Design
White Flower Garden Design
Grass Garden Design
Pastel Flower Garden Design
Rose & Perennial Garden Design
Bright Colorful Garden Design
Perennial Corner Garden Design
Butterfly Hummingbird Design
Silver & Blue Garden Design
Bog Garden Design
Pink Flowers Garden Design
All Year Flower Garden Design
Privacy Matter
Woodland Border
Hosta Shade Garden Design
Rock Garden Design
Cold Hardy Perennial Garden Design
English Garden Border Garden Design
Driveway Sidewalk Garden Design
Prairie Garden Design
Flower Garden Design
Entry Shade Garden Design
Hot & Humid Garden Design
Flowering Fiesta
Red White Blue Garden Design
Late Season Garden Design
Southwest Dry Garden Design
Garden for Children
Butterfly Garden Design
Hummingbird Garden Design
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