low growing perinneal - Knowledgebase Question

jackson, Oh
Question by klswick
July 30, 2010
i started a perinneal wild flower garden a couple weeks ago. i put in tall flowering plants, a couple tall grasses, some low growing greens. i need to know what i can use for ground cover to fill it in. prefer something with color or flowers


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Answer from NGA
July 30, 2010

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You can plant wild strawberry, creeping thyme, or blue star Lithodora as a ground cover in your wildflower bed. Enjoy your new garden!

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