Periwinkle Vinca minor Ground Cover is a fast growing evergreen groundcover for full sun, shade and semi-shaded areas. Ground cover vinca minor produces soft periwinkle blue flowers in early Spring to Summer. For gardening variation, also plant ground cover combination plants such as Pachysandra Terminalis or Variegated Pachysandra. Vinca vine is a trailing ground cover vine that grows low to the ground with a good matting habit.
Ground cover periwinkle produces soft blue vinca flowers and are shade loving plants. Once established are drought resistant ground cover plants. Vinca periwinkle ground cover plants are fast growing for quicker coverage.
Vinca minor is adaptable to most any soil, but prefers fairly good soil and is easier to control than many other creeping ground cover plants. Also referred to as Trailing Periwinkle, Creeping Periwinkle or Creeping Myrtle groundcover plants. As with many fast growing plants, vinca can be invasive if left alone. With a little attention and care, it can be grown safely in most landscape settings.
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.