We love ‘Tom Thumb’ cotoneaster (Cotoneaster adpressus ‘Tom Thumb’) for its tiny leaves, beautiful branch structure, fall color and ground-covering abilities. Read Article
Here’s how to buy fewer pots of groundcover but still cover plenty of ground. Read Article
Tips for transplanting moss from one garden area to another. Read Article
There’s nothing as soothing as an emerald carpet of moss on a damp, misty morning. Mosses combine wonderfully with ferns and evergreen groundcovers in the shady garden and I hope you’ll agree that mosses are one plant that no garden should be without. Read Article
Can you recommend a lawn grass for deep shade, or specific steps we can take to get it going? Read Article
Here are a few good groundcover choices for the sun.
Got a shady spot? Here are some groundcovers that will dress up the shade.
Here are the groundcover questions we receive most often. Read Article
We love Bergenia cordifolia, or pigsqueak, for its tall stalks of early spring flowers and its large handsome leaves, which make it a good groundcover. Read Article
We love ‘Fubuki’ forest grass (Hakonechloa macra Fubuki) for its white and green stripes, which set it apart from other forest-grass cultivars. Read Article
Here are a few evergreen conifers that make a good groundcover. Read Article