all about groundcover garden with ajuga, thyme and Japanese forest grass with bluestone walkway
Photo: Donnelly-Austin Photography
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Where to Use Them: Gardens

Arranged in small drifts or clumps, groundcovers alone can fill a bed with interesting foliage and flowers. Go for less-aggressive species that spread at similar speeds so that they won't compete. Here, a well-behaved mix of purple-leaved ajuga, fine-textured thyme, and mounding Japanese forest grass hugs a bluestone walk.
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