Small purple flowers create a fragrant groundcover from spring until fall. Easy to grow from seed. Great for borders, planters, rockeries, and edges. Height: 2 – 6 inches. Attracts Butterflies.
These low growing native American wildflowers create a charming carpet of sky blue flowers in spring. Baby Blue Eyes are self-seeding annuals that will grow 6 - 8 inches high and attract beneficial pollinators and butterflies. Often used as a groundcover.
An edible, fragrant, low growing groundcover. Looks stunning creeping over rocks or paving. Attracts beneficial pollinators into the garden. It is drought tolerant, prefers full sun, and great for covering unsightly areas.
Water Forget Me Not. The true Forget Me Not. Prefers boggy wet areas. A low-growing, spreading plant presenting small bright blue dainty flowers with yellow centers will happily thrive along stream banks and ponds. Self-seeding perennial that also spreads by rhizomes without being invasive.
Create a stunning display with masses of brilliant blue flowers each spring. These low growing wildflowers grow naturally in woodland and meadows, though they are quite adaptable in almost any location.
These delightful annuals will grow in most soils, in full sun or partial shade, and are great for a low growing groundcover. The bright orange, red, yellow, and cream blossoms are edible and will flower all summer long!
A delightful herb used in salads, stews, and teas. Prunella is also a beneficial healing herb for wounds, mouth ailments, and a tonic. A great, low-growing groundcover for difficult areas and a good source of nectar for butterflies and beneficial pollinators.
Masses of pretty white flowers bloom from this fast-spreading evergreen groundcover. Attracts butterflies and self-seeds readily in zones 3 - 7. It is drought tolerant and grows between 3" - 8" high.