Scotch and Irish Moss
Evergreen, Ground covers, Perennials
Low evergreen plants carpet the ground creating a dense mat of mosslike foliage, have small white flowers in late spring and summer. They are often used as lawn substitutes, between stepping-stones, or for velvety green patches in rock gardens. Can be invasive; hard to eradicate in well-watered gardens. Providing good drainage is recommended.Arenaria montana
Grows 2–4 in. high; weak stems up to 1 ft. long, usually covered with soft hairs. Leaves grayish green, 1/2–3/4 in. long. Good plant to let trail over rock or tumble over low wall.
This 1-ft. mound bears rose pink blossoms.
Native to Armenia, this rampant, thorny blackberry has naturalized in two dozen states from coast to c...
Compact growth to 18 in. tall and wide, with bright pink flowers.