Paths and walkways are an integral part of every garden. They allow you to get from one place to another with an ease. But, your garden path don’t need to be only practical, but decorative and charming. This can be done by planting interesting plants and ground covers which will add color and interest to them and to your entire outdoor living space as well.
All you need are varieties that can stand foot traffic. And if you thought that the list of plants you can use for this purpose is short, you are very wrong. There are so many of them to choose from. Just like any plant, ground cover plants require care and most of them spread and multiply too.
Blue Star Creeper is one of the most popular plant used for paths and walkways. Their tiny, yet astonishing flowers are just one of the reasons why are they such a popular choice.
But the main reason is their versatility and ability to handle heavy foot traffic. This plant is easy to grow and will spread and multiply in no time.
Creeping Thyme is an easily grown, spreading thyme variety.
It has a nice grey-green vfoliage and lovely pink flowers. It is drought tolerant and a very low maintenace plant.
Country Park will wow you with its beautiful violet flowers and tiny green leaves. This evergreen plant is ideal for planting between paving stones.
Sagina Subulata is very popular creeping plant.
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It forms a very low moss, like carpet of bright shamrock – green foilage. Tiny little flowers begin to appear in late spring.
Leptinela Squaida is low growing and very easy to care plant. The feathery, fern like foliage would make you think it is fragile and delicate, but in fact it can stand foot traffic very well.
What do you think about these paths and walkway ideas my dear people? Do you find them interesting and fun? Which one is your favorite and would you like to incorporate in your yard? Share your comments with me! If you have some other suggestions and ideas, share them too. Thank you for reading! Enjoy in the rest of your day and don’t forget to stay up to date with the content of MenzMag!