Basket-of-Gold, also known as Gold Dust or Alyssum, is a dazzling ground cover with a mass of golden-yellow flowers that bloom in spring. Its evergreen, gray-green foliage maintains interest throughout the year.
4. Amethyst in Snow (Centaurea Montana ‘Amethyst in Snow’)
Amethyst in Snow is a beautiful perennial ground cover that produces stunning, fringed, amethyst-colored flowers with contrasting white centers. The blooms emerge in late spring to early summer and continue through the season.
Creeping Phlox is a popular ground cover known for its cascading masses of fragrant, star-shaped flowers in various shades of pink, lavender, white, or blue. It blooms in early spring, creating a spectacular carpet of color.
Nepeta, commonly known as Catmint, is a delightful ground cover with aromatic, gray-green foliage and spikes of lavender-blue flowers. It blooms from late spring to early fall, attracting bees and butterflies to your garden.