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Trumpet VineTrumpet Vine
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Creeping PhloxCreeping Phlox
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Groundcovers Offer Soil Erosion and Weed Control Benefits

Groundcovers stop weeds from spreading when planted underneath shrubs. They are perfect to plant where there is eroding soil and on steep hillsides where you can not mow or maintain well.

 They can be found in any garden, botanical or Nursery garden. The ease of finding them is because they need not be specific about where you plant them, and they will slowly increase in number as long as you keep an eye out for new plants and trees. The easy-to-grow groundcovers are perfect for growing vegetables and fruits. They are also ideal for plants that need space to get big and strong or those who want drought-tolerant plants.

1. Bishops Weed



This is a ground cover that can be found in the wild. It is also known as 'Drosera' or 'D. divaricate. This plant is perfect for growing in large containers, but it can also be a good choice for small gardens with limited space. It is an attractive and attractive plant that requires very little care and will grow well in any soil.



2. Creeping Phlox



This is a beautiful plant that grows in the wild. It is perfect for growing in containers and can also be used as an ornamental grass. This ground cover can grow very well in almost any type of soil and thrive with regular watering.



3. Wild Geranium



This decorative ground cover can change color depending on the season. It has a bright red appearance during winter but changes into blue or purple when summer comes around again.



4. Wintercreeper



This is a ground cover that can be found in the wild. It is also known as 'Clematis.' This plant can grow very well in containers, but it can also be used as an ornamental grass. This ground cover requires very little care and will thrive with regular watering.



Groundcover Choices
In conclusion, these are some of the best groundcovers you can find in the wild. They are straightforward to find and will thrive in almost any type of soil. You only need to remember that they are not specific about where they will grow, and they will slowly increase in number as long as you keep an eye out for new plants and trees.