Small white flowers ground cover

Here you will find some of my favorite low growing hardy perennials. Ground cover perennial plants often have attractive features not found in evergreen groundcovers. The leaves of these types of perennials might be interesting colors. There are many different textures and flower colors.


Lamium (Dead Nettle)

There are quite a few varieties of Lamium, and they are all very pretty.

Lamium 'Purple Dragon' is a newer one and has some great features. It is very drought tolerant. Most Lamium are appreciated for their pretty foliage, but as an added bonus, this variety produces lots and lots of flowers!

This ground cover likes the shade, so if you have a shady area its silvery foliage will brighten things up.

Epimedium

If you would really like a change in color to make your perennial flower garden interesting, Epimedium won't disappoint you. Try the variety 'Rubrum' which has a burgundy cast mixed with green foliage. I love its elongated heart shaped leaves...very pretty.

Like Lamium, it also prefers shade.

Ajuga

This is a hardy perennial ground cover. It will take shade or sun. Ajuga can be aggressive so depending on where it is planted and your purpose, this can be good or bad. Use it for a large area where you want it to fill in quickly and it will do the job.

Many Ajuga are evergreen while some are semi evergreen. I listed it here anyway (not technically a perennial ground cover) because it can be a good choice.

'Bronze Beauty' has very dark maroon and green leaves, while 'Burgundy Glow' is a blend of dark and medium wine, green and soft whites foliage.

Galium (Sweet Woodruff)

Sweet Woodruff is a lovely, delicate ground cover perennial which will take full shade to partial sun. It has small, elongated leaves and tiny white flowers. Plant it next to Hosta for wonderful contrasting textures.

Sedum

Sedum comes in many sizes. The low growing ground covers are many. The small foliage comes in a variety of shapes and sizes...just choose one that appeal to you as they are all easy to grow perennials.

This is one of the drought tolerant and although they will take some shade, they prefer the sun. If you have a tough slope, this is a great choice. I covered my front slope with many of these and not only do they look great, but they are very low maintenance!

This lovely Sedum has blue gray foliage with a purple tinge to the edges.

I think this one is very unusual and striking.

I have a similar one in my garden and I really love the way the blue gray color stands out among the greenery of other plants.


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I love this one. I've eaten eggplant many ways

2009-03-15 10:50:15 by luvmycats

But I have to say this is my current favorite. The two recipes are similar, but second one has a spice mix you have to find (or make).
Moroccan Eggplant Salad
Makes 6 servings
Ingredients:
2 large eggplants, peeled and grated
1/4 C. olive oil
5 tomatoes, coarsely chopped
5 cloves garlic, minced
6 T. tomato paste
salt
black pepper
3 T. ground cumin
2 T. paprika
1/2 C. white wine vinegar
Instructions:


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