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Vinca Minor 'Trailing Periwinkle' plants are available in 2 sizes:
Vinca minor, Trailing Periwinkle, Creeping Periwinkle or Creeping Myrtle groundcover plants, are a fast growing excellent evergreen ground cover for full sun, shade and semi-shaded areas. Ground cover vinca minor produces dark green oval-shaped foliage and conspicuous blue flowers in early Spring. Combines with Pachysandra. Vinca minor vines grow low to the ground.
VINCA MINOR is adaptable to most any soil, but prefers fairly good soil. Vinca minor is easier to control than many other creeping groundcover plants.
Plant spacing's for bare root: 12 inches apart. 100 plants will cover 100 square feet.
For larger landscape jobs, plant bareroot vinca vines and save money. Our bare root vinca ground cover plants are professionally packaged with just the right amount of moisture to insure fresh delivery. (Plants are 6 to 8 leads for quick coverage).
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