The perennials in this selection "ground cover" usually do not grow taller than 12 inch. However, there are also ground cover plants such as the Geranium. This species consists of a very large group of cultivars that stay very low, but also species that grow to about 23 inch high.
There are ground cover plants that can grow in a dry location in the garden, but also that thrive best in a moist location. This also applies to sunny and shady places in your garden. Ground covers are therefore widely applicable and also make the garden low-maintenance! They are perfect for planting along paths or at the edge of the lawn. Because they only slightly overhang, they provide clean lines. We recommend keeping a planting distance of 12 inch between the plants. TIP! Combine the low ground cover with higher plants, this gives a playful effect.