the right ground cover? - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by bcobb407
September 19, 2009
i have 42 acre's in va. mtns w/cabin and am looking for spreading ground cover and other plants i have magizane from store and have picked out some but have not been able find then on this web site 1. is purple leaf winter creeper & others bill

Answer from NGA
September 19, 2009
Winter Creeper (Euonymus Colorata) grows equally well in full sun or light shade, in rich, moist, well-draining soil. Sometimes plants are listed by their botanical rather than their common names so perhaps you can find it under the botanical name. I would choose native groundcovers for the Virginia mountains. They will thrive without much attention from you. The following website lists the best:

The only downside is that it does not provide descriptions of the plants. But you can look them up on the web to see if they appeal to you. Hope this information is helpful!

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