Sedum ground cover
Cover it up. Tough areas like along hot driveways or on steep slopes call for a resilient ground cover. They choke out weeds and, best of all, look good without much effort from you! Three ground covers that thrive in the toughest, hottest spots in your garden and are quick to get established. (Poppy mallow Callirhoe involucrata)
The steel blue foliage and yellow flowers on this fast growing ground cover make it the perfect choice for those poor-soil conditions. Sedum Blue Spruce thrives on neglect and easily adapts to soils ranging from pure sand to solid clay. Masses of bright yellow flowers stand atop the silvery blue foliage in late summer. Plants grow to 8 tall and can spread to form a colorful low-growing matt to 20 across. Perfect for edging a driveway where the temperatures can top 100F. Colorful compan...
Give a new lease on life to tired borders and so-so gardens with this bold and beautiful sedum variety. Also excellent for adding vivid color to rock gardens, Little Miss Sunshine features sunny yellow blooms that cover lush, deep green foliage on compact plants. What a fantastic way to draw all eyes to the landscape! This vibrant, perennializing sedum is tough and drought tolerant, so you know you can rely on it to reappear each year with even greater vigor, brighter color and better bloom. It
When you feel like tossing a rug over your yard and calling it good, count on groundcover plants. These top groundcover plants carpet the ground with minimal fuss. They're quick-fix solutions for many landscape problems. #groundcover #groundcoverideas #gardening #perennials