Groundcover In Part Sun - Knowledgebase Question

Boise, ID
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Question by laredo87
April 4, 2000
The area I am working with is half constantly shaded and the other half is in full sun during the morning hours. I will be planting Hostas on the shaded side, but not sure what would be a good choice for ground cover on the side that gets full morning sun.
Any suggestions you can offer would be appreciated.

Answer from NGA
April 4, 2000
Some groundcovers that grow well in part sun/afternoon shade include Vinca minor, Laurentia (blue star creeper), Sarcococca, Ribes viburnifolium (evergreen currant), Euonymus fortunei, Epimedium, Houttuynia cordata 'variegata', and Cerastium tomentosum (snow-in-summer.

Hope one of the above plants appeals to you!

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