Gracious Groundcovers : Outdoors : HGTV Cotoneaster is a great groundcover for sun or shade. After spring's white flowers fade, red berries give the branches a festive look, often holding into winter. Here, bearberry cotoneaster 'Lowfast'.
The pink flowers on this shrub are followed by red fruit. Cotoneaster horizontalis Semi-evergreen arching shrub with dark green foliage, pink flowers followed by red fruit Plant in fertile, average to moist, but well-drained soil Plant in full sun to partial shade Height: 5-6 feet Width: 6-8 feet Hardy in USDA zones 4-7: Zone 4: Plant in spring to prevent winter heaving; plant in full sun; apply extra mulch after first hard frost; avoid contact with salt; may be semi-evergreen in…
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Cornus alba ‘Elegantissima’: ‘Elegantissima’ redtwig dogwood is also a wonderful variegated selection. The combination of its interesting red stems in winter and variegated foliage in spring, summer, and fall makes it useful and attractive all year.
Replace Your Lawn With These Groundcovers
Tired of mowing that lawn? Why not replace expensive, high-maintenance sod with an easy-care, environmentally-friendly groundcover?