Answer: Try the following: Aegopodium (goutweed-this dies back in the fall), Ajuga (bugleweed-there are some pretty hybrids), English Ivy, or Mahonia (a broad-leaved evergreen shrub). All of these like a rich, moist soil and full sun. Since you have sandy soil, you may have to work in some organic matter. If you like, seed some crownvetch in the area. Once extablished it grows to 1-2 feet tall, has purple flowers in summer and spreads quickly protecting the soil and looking nice.
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