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Vinca minor Ground Cover

Vinca minor Ground Cover
  • Vinca minor Ground Cover
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Vinca minor (common name periwinkle) produces soft periwinkle blue flowers in early Spring to Summer. Creeping periwinkle 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. Plants are fast growing for more rapid coverage. 

Wondering about the differences between vinca minor and vinca major? Learn about them on our blog post Vinca minor vs Vinca Major.

Buy vinca online at anytime - Plants ship year round.

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 PeriwinkleCreeping 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 vinca minor: 12 inches apart. 100 plants will cover 100 square feet.

For larger landscape jobs, buy bare root vinca minor wholesale and save. Best vinca to buy online.


Vinca Minor 'Trailing Periwinkle' plants are available in 2 sizes:

  • 2.5 inch pot - 1 Plant 
  • Bare root plants - 1 order contains 50 plants

 Plants shipping to CA and AZ addresses will be bare rooted before being prepped for shipping.


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Vinca is a good choice for sloping areas. Pachysandra is another selection you may want to look at, too. Both are good growers and will provide good coverage.

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I am looking for something just like the Vinca but since I live in Zone 9b I have a little more difficulty. Please letme know of another ground cover is available for this area and spread, etc.

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You can look for groundcovers at: Just select your zone and light requirements (and another other growing factors) and click 'Apply'. It will filter through all the groundcovers with results of those that will do well for you. Thank you, Cheryl

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