Creeping Thyme Between Stepping Stones
Last summer, we took a look at a gridded concrete outdoor space with grass for grout between individual concrete squares. With this summer upon us, we’re looking at the idea in a little more detail and were wondering what plant species specifically would work well between stepping stones:Creeping thyme is often used because it is a low, spreading plant that holds up well to foot traffic grazing above from stone to stone.
Ground covers provide popular lawn substitute, whether solid surfaces or plants like Stepables
Frances White started Stepables 14 years ago, offering 10 ground covers. Today, she sells 220 all over the country.
How to add IMPACT to your Gardens
Whew, this time of year is sheer madness, garden designs and installs, interior designs and installs, equals one tired gal! Thankfully the s...
Mondo grass | Ophiopogon japonicus: Gardening
Looking for an alternative to Liriope – or just a new evergreen beauty? Consider mondo grass. While slow-spreading, this small ornamental grows in sun or shade, offering tiny, blue flowers in late summer and a wonderful green texture to keep your garden attractive through the bleak winter months.
Elfin Creeping Thyme - 10 Count Flat of 4.5" Pots - Groundcover, Perennial - Thyme | Gardener Direct
Elfin is one of the best of the creeping aromatic evergreen thymes with tiny lavender flowers nearly covering the groundhugging mats of foliage that grow to about 1 or 2 inches in height...
Stepables: Perfect Plants for Paths and Walkways • The Garden Glove
Plants that can tolerate foot traffic deserve a spot in every garden. These plants can turn a boring walk to the compost bin into an idyllic stroll. And these plants for walkways are also easy to grow! So let's get inspired first, then learn about some of our favorite plants for paths and walkways!