Creeping phlox is one of the first plants to flower in the spring, and its fine needle leaves are almost hidden by a thick carpet of flowers.
They can tolerate dry, full-sun conditions as well as light foot traffic. Its tiny hot pink, lavender, or white flowers can withstand direct sunlight and dry conditions.
This plant family can withstand summer heat, full sun, and dry conditions as it grows into a few-inch-tall succulent mat.
Tiny dianthus flowers, which belong to the same family as carnations, cover the blue-green foliage of rock and alpine gardens.
While it is commonly grown as a climbing plant and can be brought indoors in northern regions, the lovely vine can also be grown successfully as a groundcover.
Some individuals view the rapid growth and spread of Vinca as an invasion of their property. However, it can be a viable option in partially shaded regions.
A hillside will be transformed by Flower Carpet roses, a taller groundcover that is both fragrant and showy.
It's a traditional favorite because it's one of the few blooming groundcovers that can thrive in deep shade, such as beneath an evergreen.