Groundcover Plants

wild ginger - asarum canadense

The term groundcover refers to plants that creep or spread, and create a solid area of foliage that carpets the ground. Native plants that function as groundcover can range in height from a soil-hugging six inches to ferns that exceed three feet. Rhizomatous plants – plants that are naturally colony-forming – often work the best. Groundcover may be planted for an aesthetic effect, but it also reduces weed growth, controls erosion and provides a lawn alternative that minimizes mowing.

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