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VINCA VINE

The vinca vine is an evergreen vine with a slender trailing stem, that usually does not exceed a height of 8 to 30 inches. However, it is a fast growing plant that can spread quite rapidly over the ground in a short period of time. This is the reason why it is enlisted as an …

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AJUGA

Ajuga has a deep colored foliage that makes a beautiful groundcover. The foliage is generally crinkled and very glossy as well. However, if you think this is just a foliage plant, you would get quite the surprise as spring eases into summer. Then, ajuga is covered in little spikes of bright blue, purple, pink or …

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CALADIUM

Caladiums combine colorful arrowhead-shape leaves with easy growing requirements to star in containers and shade gardens from early summer until frost. Plant them in part shade or where they will receive filtered sun; bright sun can scorch their leaves. Pair caladiums with ferns, hostas, and other shade perennials in the landscape. They thrive in containers …

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ASIATIC JASMINE

Asiatic jasmine is not a true jasmine, but it is a popular, fast spreading, hardy groundcover. Jasmine is low a maintenance trailing foliage that does great in the sun or shade. Asiatic jasmine is an excellent addition to any warm weather garden. Keep reading to learn more about Asiatic jasmine care and how to grow …

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HYPOESTES ‘Polka Dot’

Hypoestes, also called Polka Dot Plant, has brightly speckled leaves that stand out when planted around other foliage. The beautiful contrast of colors, with their dark green leaves mottled with pink or white spots, is a unique addition to any garden or container planting. Hypoestes are native to Madagascar and love warmer weather with indirect …

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Daisy

Daisies are perhaps the most cheerful plant on the planet. Gardeners cultivate them in stately flowerbeds. Daisies grow wild, bringing light and life to the scenery.

Liatris Kobold

A native American wildflower excellent for border, meadow, or wild garden settings. Spikes of rounded, fluffy, pink-purple flower heads from summer into fall top strong, erect, leafy foliage. Liatris flowers on multiple spikes seldom taller than 2 1/2′. One of the finest selections.

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