Ground Covers

In the native plant world, there are few plants commercially available that rise just a few inches from the ground. In this category you'll find natives at their shortest of 4 inches, all the way to 3 feet. Classifying a native plant as a good ground cover often means it is rhizomatous in nature; it spreads easily and forms colonies, in turn holding soil in place. And, as with all natives, you'll get the added benefit of helping pollinators.


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Solidago caesia Blue-stemmed Goldenrod

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Carex appalachica Appalachian Sedge


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