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Defining Characteristics: Low-Growing

Plants that are under 12 inches tall are good for tight spaces and as edging but can require some weeding to look their best. Ground-huggers in the 1- to 3-inch range that tolerate foot traffic can be used between stepping stones.

Shown: 'Spotted deadnettle' (Lamium maculatum)
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