I'm inclined to say none of them that cover the ground and tolerate foot traffic can play well with semps and not take over
album is a terrible hitchhiker --a happy, useful accident in some places and an evil consuming disaster in others
I, too, like the look and keep trying different things but I have yet to succeed in finding a "ground cover" that works with semps--always, I am ripping out one or the other and sometimes both
so far there are a few sedums I have had success with as their own well behaved clump that could coexist
xsedoro is very well behaved, and cute...doesn't always live thru my winters though...
does well as long as nothing else crowds it
currently lives peacefully with semps
I have another cauticola that I can't remember the name of at the moment that might be trying to eat a semp...I'll have to find that pic later
was awesome, until it died
actually, there's a long list of awesome plants that fry to death in the summer here
was awesome, until I failed to pull out all the 'reversions' to some kinda thing that wanted to eat the garden
and I have a couple more right now that I like, have pics, need to find them, but I gotta eat and go to bed!