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Euonymus Coloratus

Also known as Purple Leaf Wintercreeper, this plant forms a dense carpet of dark green leaves with a coarse texture. The foliage turns dusky purple during colder months but remains evergreen. It can be trained to grow as a climbing vine with support. This plant will grow in full sun to full shade in all types of soil and PH conditions. Needs little to no care once it is established and is also drought tolerant. Euonymus is harmful if ingested, so make sure to keep children and pets away.

Silver Falls™ Dichondra

Silver Falls™ Dichondra, also known as Silver Pony-Foot, is a creeping or a trailing evergreen annual that is native to the Southwestern desert regions of the United States. It has silver, fan-shaped foliage. It is effective on rock walls, where it can cascade downward. It is best grown in baskets or as a seasonal ground cover. Here at Creekside, we have Silver Falls™ Dichondra available for sale in a four inch size. These plants go FAST! Order yours today!

Ivy

Ivy, Hedera helix Native to Europe, the ivy is an evergreen vine that is commonly found in gardens, on tree trunks and even on house walls. It can be trained into a variety of shapes, making this plant an excellent candidate for topiaries. Hardy from approximately Zones 4-9, the ivy has rapid growth habits. It can be used as ground covers, in planter boxes and in hanging baskets. Ivies grow well in sun or in shade.

Australian Violet

Australian Violet is an evergreen spreading ground cover that will get to 6 inches tall at maturity. It has beautiful white flowers that have a unique lilac blotch. Australian Violet prefers light shade and is perfect for containers as a spill over or for landscaping rock gardens. Australian Violet held up well over the Texas summer, with our 100+ temperatures!

Algerian Ivy Marengo

Native to Northern Africa, Marengo is a variegated, evergreen, groundcover with glossy, heart shaped leaves with red stems. It is a great groundcover for bare spots in the garden or as a border along the sides of buildings. Marengo is also a vigorous self-clinging climber. It looks stunning as it crawls up walls and trellises, and adds a rustic and aged look to the structures that it clings to.