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We grow high quality groundcovers that thrive and spread throughout Olympia, the Puget Sound and beyond. Groundcovers are low-lying herbaceous plants that tend to creep or spread as they grow. They make excellent filler for dry, bare spots of ground and increase the aesthetics of pathways and borders in the landscape. Groundcovers provide protection from erosion and drought and can be used in place of lawns and turfgrass. Many are incredibly attractive as well, providing minute but lovely blossoms, attractive foliage and even fruits.

Puget Sound Plants grows a wide selection of groundcovers that work well for multiple landscape applications. Peruse the list below to see what common groundcovers we have available. Please call if you do not see the plant you want on this list, as we can often order it for you.

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Achlys triphylla Vanilla Leaf
Adiantum venustum Himalayan Maidenhair Fern
Ajuga pyramidalis ‘Metallica Crispa’ Metallica Crisp Carpet Bugle
Ajuga repens ‘Black Scallop’ Black Scallop Carpet Bugle
Ajuga reptans ‘Chocolate Chip’ Chocolate Chip Carpet Bugle
Arctostaphylos uva-ursi ‘Massachusetts’ Massachusetts Kinnickinnick
Arenaria balearica Corsican Sandwort
Asarum caudatum Wild Ginger
Asperula odorata (Galium odoratum) Sweet Woodruff
Bergenia cordifolia ‘Winterglut’ Winterglow Bergenia
Carex siderostica ‘Variegata’ Creeping Broadleaf Sedge
Ceanothus gloriosus ‘Point Reyes’ Point Reyes Ceanothus
Ceanothus impressus ‘Vandenberg’ Vandenberg California Lilac
Ceratostigma plumbaginoides Dwarf Plumbago
Cotoneaster dammeri ‘Coral beauty’ C.B. Bearberry Cotoneaster
Cotoneaster dammeri ‘Lowfast’ Lowfast Cotoneaster
Cotoneaster h. perpusillus Perpusillus Rockspray Cotoneaster
Cotoneastor a. ‘Tom Thumb’ Tom Thumb Cotoneastor
Daboecia cantabrica ‘Amelie’ Amelie Irish Heath
Delosperma cooperi Ice Plant
Elymus mollis American Dune Grass
Epimedium pinnatum colchicum Fairy Wings
Epimedium pubigerum Bishop’s Hat
Erica ‘Schneekoppe’ Schneekoppe Heath
Erica x darleyensis ‘Mary Helen’ Mary Helen Heather
Euonymus f. ‘Blondy’ Blondy Wintercreeper
Euonymus f. ‘Kewensis’ Kewensis Winter Creeper
Euonymus f. ‘Moonshadow’ Moonshadow Wintercreeper
Euonymus fortunei “Wolong Ghost’ Silver Veined Wintercreeper
Euonymus fortunei ‘Colorata’ Purple-Leaf Winter Creeper
Euonymus fortunei ‘Emerald Gaiety’ Emerald Gaity Euonymus
Fragaria choiloensis Wild Strawberry
Fragaria x. ‘Pink Panda’ Pink Panda Ornamental Strawberry
Gaultheria procumbens Wintergreen
Genista pilosa ‘Vancouver Gold’ Vacouver Gold Broom
Geranium x ‘Brookside’ Brookside Geranium
Helianthemum ‘Hartswood Ruby’ Hartswood Ruby Sunrose
Hemerocallis ‘Outrageous’ Outrageous Day Lily
Hypericum calycinum Creeping St. John’s Wort
Juniperus communis ‘Green Carpet’ Green Carpet Common Juniper
Juniperus horizontalis ‘Blue Chip’ Blue Chip Juniper
Juniperus horizontalis ‘Wiltonii’ (aka. ‘Blue Rug’) Blue Carpet Juniper
Laurentia fluviatilis (aka Pratia pedunculata) Blue Star Creeper
Liriope m. ‘Royal Purple’ Royal Purple Liriope
Mahonia aquifolium ‘Compacta’ Compact Oregon Grape
Maianthemum dilatatum Wild Liliy of the Valley
Pachysandra terminalis ‘Green Sheen’ Japanese Spurge
Parthenocissus tricuspidata ‘Fenway Park’ Golden Boston Ivy
Phlox ‘North Hills’ North Hills Phlox
Potentilla verna ‘Nana’ (P. neumanniana) Spring Cinquefoil
Rosmarinus prostratus Trailing Rosmary
Rubus calycinoides Evergreen Bramble
Sagina subulata ‘Scotch Moss’ Scotch Moss
Salix nakamurana yezoalpina Yezo Dwarf Willow
Sarcococca h. humilis ‘Fragrant Mountain’ Fragrant Mountain Sweet Box
Sarcococca hookerana humilis Himalayan Sweet Box
Sedum ‘Angelina’ Angelina Stonecrop
Sedum ‘Cape Blanco’ Stone Crop
Sedum ‘Coral Carpet’ Coral Carpet Sedum
Sedum acre ‘Aureum’ Aureum Stonecrop
Sedum album “Murale’ Murale Stonecrop
Sedum Oreganum Oregon Sedum
Sedum spurium ‘Dragon’s Blood’ Dragons Bld. Stonecrop
Sedum spurium ‘Fuldaglut’ Fuldaglut Stonecrop
Thymus ‘Archer’s Gold’ Archer’s Gold Thyme
Thymus serphyllum ‘Coccineum’ Creeping Red Thyme
Thymus serpyllum ‘White’ White creeping Thyme
Vinca minor Vinca
Vinca major