Types of Ground Covers
Tough, drought tolerant plant. From groundcovers to retaining walls and hanging baskets, this versatile succulent perennial is a great choice no matter how you choose to use them.
Wedelia grows rapidly in well drained soil and re-roots from stems laying on the ground
Angelita daisies are low growing, pretty little accents with bright yellow daisy flowers in cycles throughout the warmer months.
This vigorous valley favorite grows well in sun or shade and tolerates different soil and water conditions.
Carrissa macrocarpa 'Boxwood Beauty'
Also called the Natal Plum. Popular low growing, very dense shrub ideal for use in tropical to desert landscapes. A tropical evergreen with dark green leaves and star-shaped, fragrant white flowers.
We love to plant Lantana to add beautiful color and interest into any landscape, from desert to tropical settings. These are butterfly magnets!
Callistemon citrinus 'Little John'
A hummingbird magnet that can add a vibrant splash of color into any landscape. Compact size with a lower spreading habit that’s ideal for smaller gardens.
Lives up to its name thanks to its blunt-tipped leaves which are covered with tiny hairs that help give its metallic silver sheen and masses of white morning glory flowers!
Versatile. Can be used as bonsai or topiary, spread as a low shrub or ground cover, or grown upright where it adds lots of character, indoors or outdoors.
Features bright yellow daisy-like flowers and aromatic green leaves that can add a splash of color into any landscape. Great for slopes and mixes well with Agaves, Aloes, and Yuccas.
Carissa macrocarpa 'Green Carpet'
Glossy dark green leaves, sweet-smelling little white flowers and bright red fruits are all wonderful characteristics of this showy Green Carpet, one of the best low-growing groundcovers you can find!
Rosmarinus officinalis 'Prostratus'
We love to plant Trailing Rosemary as an attractive groundcover. This is an attractive and aromatic shrub suitable for a wide range of landscaping applications!
Ruellia brittoniana 'Katie'
Baja Ruellia grows very well in full to part sun and performs wonderfully in desert landscapes.
Great choice as a fire-retardant groundcover, water-wise lawn alternative, or in a rock garden or wall! Amazingly hardy plant with a colorful bloom that attracts butterflies.