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Creeping Myrtle is a Vine-Like Perennial Ground Cover
Creeping Myrtle is also known as Dwarf Periwinkle and Lesser Periwinkle. Its other names include small periwinkle and common periwinkle.
It is often used as ground cover and does not grow very high, or climb, although it can bunch together in places to reach over twelve inches in height. It can be found growing native to southern Europe but can be located in the Netherlands, Portugal, France, and across North America.
This vine is easily distinguished by its purple, five-petal flower, and waxy leaves. The fruit is two follicles approximately one inch long. Each follicle produces over a dozen seeds.
Creeping Myrtle excels at preventing weeds through smothering and has few pests or diseases that affect its growth.
It is considered an invasive species in North America, but it can be removed by uprooting during spring. It is difficult to remove and requires persistent cutting and chemical treatments. If removal is desired, it is suggested the plant be dug entirely up against where possible.
This vine-like perennial plant produces tubular, lavender-blue flowers from its leaf axils in spring. The delicate flowers continue to bloom sporadically throughout summer and into fall. The color name periwinkle is derivative of the flowers of this plant, also known as Common Periwinkle.
The trailing stems root at the leaf nodes and rapidly spread to create a lovely, dense ground cover. Though not as invasive as its larger leafed relative, Vinca major, Creeping Myrtle is quite vigorous. Once this fast-growing plant becomes established, it isn't straightforward to eradicate. Due to its hardiness, this plant is an excellent choice for poor soil and drainage areas. It is also very helpful in erosion control applications.
This vine is a popular choice for a ground cover.
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Creeping Myrtle is a Trailing and Vined Sub Shrub
Creeping Myrtle - Vinca minor This flowering plant species is a native of southern and central Europe and southwestern Asia. The plant is a trailing, vined subshrub that spreads across the ground and roots along its stems. This rooting forms clonal colonies. The plant covers the ground rather than intertwining or climbing like other vines. There are evergreen leaves with a leathery texture with a glossy sheen. The plant's flowers are solitary and produced in the early spring through the midsummer. Some flowers may produce at the beginning of autumn. The flowers are violet, pale purple, or sometimes white.
Creeping Myrtle is a Low Maintenance Ground Cover
Fast-growing, this plant will take root and spread over the area in no time. It has a lavender flower that contrasts nicely with the dark green leaves. The flower blooms in the spring and summer, making it a beautiful plant to blend with daisies and daffodils. There is little care involved with this plant. Just water it every few days, and ensure you keep the undergrowth cut out, so it looks healthy.
It is often used as ground cover and does not grow very high, or climb, although it can bunch together in places to reach over twelve inches in height. It is native to southern Europe but found in the Netherlands, Portugal, France, and North America. Creeping Myrtle is distinguished by its purple, five-petal flower and waxy leaves; The fruit is two follicles, approximately one inch long; each follicle produces over a dozen seeds. Creeping Myrtle would be a lovely addition to any landscape.
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Scientific Name: Vinca Minor, Creeping Myrtle
Shrub Height: 16 inches
Shrub Width: 36 inches
Soil Type: It prefers moist, well-drained soil but will tolerate poor and dry.
Sun: It prefers shade.