Groundcover Plants

wild ginger - asarum canadense

Groundcover plants are typically lower-growing species that fill in quickly with a dense carpet of foliage. Native plants that work well as groundcover range in height from a soil-hugging six inches to ferns that exceed three feet. Rhizomatous plants that colonize and spread easily work best. They help hold the soil to control erosion, reduce weed growth, or provide a lawn alternative that minimizes mowing while adding beautiful foliage and texture to the landscape.

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