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Part Sun to Full Shade Groundcover


Groundcover plants that do well mainly in partial sun to full shade. Evergreen ground covers are one of the most sought-after lists of plants - particularly for shade areas. Many plants simply don't qualify as "ground covers" because they don't spread very well, aren't short enogh to be considered "covers" (under 24-inches and preferably under 12-inches) and/or are not dense enough to even begin to inhibit weed.

We include these two links to help determine how few or how many plants it will take to do the job.

Choosing, planting and care for groundcover

Location, Selection, and Establishment for groundcover


Part sun to full shade groundcover

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Daylily Hemerocallis Orange Vols
a fan of University of Tennessee Volunteers, you'll adore the Orange Vols Daylily. Plant in full sun to partial shade where you can enjoy the early to mid summer color show of your Orange Vols.

Echinacea Hot Coral Coneflower
Echinacea Hot Coral Coneflower is a North American native perennial. As it's mate the Salsa Red Sombrero Echinacea, the Hot Coral Coneflower is drought tolerant (once established), deer resistant, and attracts hummingbirds and butterflies.

Echinacea Summer Sky
Considered to be the most fragrant coneflower in the Big Sky Series, the Summer Sky Coneflower will attract butterflies and songbirds from mid to late summer. The first bicolor echinacea, it's large 4 to 5 inch petals are peach...

Fire Spinner Iceplant (Delosperma)
Fire Spinner Iceplant (Delosperma) grows in dry soil, dry air areas where nothing else will. Succulent plants, site your Fire Spinner Iceplant in a sunny, dry space and it will show its love with its ground cover growth and flower bursts.

Goji Berry Plants 'Big Lifeberry'
Goji Berry Plants 'Big Lifeberry' are easy to grow. You can grow your 'Big Lifeberry' Goji Berry plants in your vegetable garden or in containers on your patio and harvest Goji berries all season long. Lycium barbarum

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