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Top 20 Evergreen Ground Covers

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Most ground covers are at their worse in the winter. Ivy, juniper and periwinkle do a good job of keeping their good looks year round but most look pretty ragged once winter sets in. Still, they'll hang in with you well into the fall and make a grand entrance first thing in spring.

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Ivy Report Abuse
Many varieties do well as ground cover; most prefer partial shade; you can mow ivy to control height and contain.
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Creeping juniper Report Abuse
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Heuchera Lime Ricky Report Abuse
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Liriope Report Abuse
Attractive green, or variegated, tufted clumping cover.
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Ferns Report Abuse
Numerous species, prefer partial shade, easy growers.
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Periwinkle Report Abuse
Has a small purple flower, part to full shade, lovely cover.
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Creeping Phlox (Phlox Sublata) Report Abuse
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COTONEASTER Report Abuse
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Soapwort Report Abuse
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AJUGA reptans Report Abuse
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HYPERICUM calycinum Report Abuse
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Pachysandra Report Abuse
Easy grower, part to full shade, prefers well drained soil
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Mondo grass Report Abuse
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Dragon’’s Blood (Red Sedum) Report Abuse
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