low-growing plants planted in deep shade or on a steep slope where turf is difficult to grow.
small plants other than saplings growing on a forest floor.
A horticultural term applied to low-growing vegetation covering the ground; usually refers to broadleaf plants rather than lawn grasses.
short, usually spreading plants that will cover an area of soil surface; often used to prevent erosion of soil or provide weed control; useful for low maintenance areas
Low growing plants covering the ground which stabilise soil and help reduce erosion
A low-growing perennial plant that typically spreads quickly and blocks the growth of weeds and other plants.
a mass planting of any plant that covers ground and inhibits the growth of other plant s
A low-growing plant that spreads quickly to form dense colonies; often used to prevent soil erosion or cover shaded areas.
a group of plants which by their natural habit of low, close growth are suitable for covering the ground surface and discouraging weeds
A plant with a low-growing, spreading habit, grown specifically to cover the ground.
usually tough, prostrate-growing plants that can help retain soil moisture, keep soil cool and suppress weeds.
Groundcover is a plant used for the purpose of growing over an area of ground to hide it or to protect it from erosion or drought. In an ecosystem, the ground cover is the layer of vegetation below the shrub layer.