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

Answer from NGA
July 30, 2010


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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