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Horticulture II - LC Plant ID Ground Covers
Ajuga reptans CN: Ajuga Evergreen Ground Cover 3-4 tall Compact, dense mat Glossy, 3-4 leaves Rosettes Flowers: 4-6 spikes blue-violet
Hedera Helix CN: English Ivy Evergreen, vine Leaves: young & adult different shapes Dark-green, white veins Young: 3-5 lobes Adult: not lobed 1.5-4
Iberis sempervirens CN: Candytuft Low, spreading mat Easy-to-grow, semi-evergreen Leaves: narrow, dark green Flower: dainty, round clusters tiny, pure white Uses: edging plant
Juniperus conferta CN: Shore Juniper Dense, evergreen shrub Small, spreading Leaves: awls in 3 pointed end white band w/ green through middle Bright blue-green very small cone – blue
Juniperus horizontalis Plumosa CN: Creeping Juniper Evergreen, ground cover Dense, flat Branching, spreading Light green awl leaves
Liriope muscari CN: Liriope Evergreen perennial Mounding Leaves: ribbon-like Curves to ground Flowers: spikes small, purple or white Pea-sized berries Border
Ophiopogon japonicus CN: Mondo Grass Evergreen, perennial Grass-like clumps Leaves: dark green rigid, thin Flowers hidden in clumps Border
Pachysandra terminalis CN: Pachysandra Evergreen, slow-growing Dense mat Leaves: dark green, glossy oval, 2-4 whorled, serrated Flowers: creamy white tiny, 1-2 spikes
Vinca minor CN: Periwinkle Low, trailing evergreen thin, trailing stems Leaves: glossy, dark green elliptical 1-2 Flowers: blue, 1 showy, cover plant Can be invasive
Horticulture II - LC Plant ID Shrubs. Acuba japonica CN: Japanese Acuba Evergreen shrub Dense, upright, round Leaves: thick & shiny green & yellow splattered.
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