Gracious Groundcovers

Pretty alternatives to the usual low-growing junipers.

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If you're interested in covering ground, but you also want to give an area some height, consider select shrubs that branch to the ground. Here, Japanese kerria 'Picta' adds to its sunny spring bloom with variegated foliage that holds through the seasons. Sporadic blooms occur at other times of the year, making this an interesting multi-season specimen.

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