‘Bronze Carpet’ is a vigorous, evergreen ground cover with glossy, succulent leaves that are dark coppery-red in colour.
Sagina subulata ‘Aurea’ is a low-growing, carpet-like ground cover with slender, self-rooting stems, fine foliage and tiny white flowers, which originated from Europe.
Sagina subulata has dark green, moss-like foliage and white flowers. Plant size about 5 x 50 cm.
This tough succulent is a versatile ground cover which produces masses of pretty striped pink to cerise and white flowers.
Large paved areas in a garden can be very boring and one unfortunately often ends up inheriting spaces like this when moving into a new home.
Liriope muscari ‘Royal Purple’ has dark purple flowers attached to purple stems are carried above the tussocks of dark green, slightly broader leaves.
The giant of the lilyturfs with dark green leaves reaching nearly 1 m long.
Type: Groundcover, 50cm. Form: Like tufts of wispy grass. Flowers: Little white ‘stars’ arranged along erect stalks, from September to March. This groundcover grows fast and is useful for low maintenance mass plantings. It also looks good next to water features where it could be planted in between rocks.
This plant is covered in masses of white, star-shaped flowers in late spring and early summer, hence its common name. It is a vigorous, carpet-like groundcover with small, slender white or grey leaves.
Type: Succulent groundcover, 70cm. Form: Short stem with spotted, toothed leaves. Flowers: Dusty pink tubular flowers covered with ‘waxy’ white bloom, on single branched inflorescence, from February to March.