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  1. Creeping Phlox Apple Blossom

     
    2.0
    This stunning, drought-resistant Phlox dazzles the spring garden with light pink, star-shaped blooms. Apple Blossom is a great groundcover and will spread quickly. (Phlox subulata)
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    Item #: 20PHLOX

    SALE: $9.95 $4.98

    Per Plant - 3" pot

  2. Geranium Biokovo

    Looking for an elegant, low-maintenance groundcover? This Geranium, also known as Crane’s Bill, is the perfect choice for you. Delicate, pure white blooms are splashed with pink and create a carpet of color in the summer garden. It grows in full sun to light shade and tolerates most soil types. This garden favorite attracts pollinators and will quickly become one of your favorite go-to perennials for low-growing blooms. It spreads heartily, but is easy to control.
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    Item #: ASLS331

    SALE: $13.95 $6.98

    Per Plant - 3" pot

  3. Creeping Thyme Pink Chintz

     
    1.0
    Creeping Pink Chintz is a flat-growing variety, with light-pink flowers that open up in the summer months. This variety will withstand some foot traffic, making it the ideal candidate for a lawn substitute or planting between stonework. (Thymus)
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    Item #: ASL3GXX
    Starting at $12.95 SALE: $8.42

    Per Plant - 3" pot

  4. Sedum Cherry Tart

     
    2.0
    From the Sedum Sunsparkler Series, this variety boasts deep, cherry-red foliage in the late summer through fall. Cherry Tart is drought-tolerant and prefers full sun. (Sedum) PPAF
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    Item #: ASL5R31

    SALE: $9.95 $4.98

    Per Plant - 3" pot

  5. Hens and Chicks Cobweb Buttons

    This durable, small succulent is the perfect choice for a container or rock garden. This drought tolerant perennial grows to be about 1-3” tall, forming unique rosettes that are sure to become a conversation starter. Magenta blooms form in the summer months and this easy-care perennial thrives in full sun to partial shade. Also known as Hens and Chicks, we recommend planting as many of these in the garden as possible; they’ll quickly become one of your favorites for filling in bare spots with texture and color.
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    Item #: ASLU731

    SALE: $14.95 $7.48

    Per Plant - 3.5" pot

  6. Hepatica

     
    3.0
    One of springs earliest woodland wildflowers, and always considered one of the most beautiful, Hepatica is quite common in eastern woodlands. The blooms vary dramatically in color, and range from lavender to white to (rarely) pink. (Hepatica acutiloba)
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    Item #: 1HEPG
    Starting at $18.95 SALE: $12.32

    Per Bag of 3

  7. Lamium Pink Pewter

     
    4.0
    Pink Pewter is a great groundcover for shady areas with bright bloom from late spring into summer. (Lamium maculatum)
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    Item #: 1LAMXX
    Starting at $8.95 SALE: $4.48

    Per Plant - 3" pot

  8. Sedum hispanicum minus Purple Form

    Purple Form is extremely easy-to-grow, thriving in any sunny spot. Blue/grey foliage changes to purple in the winter months and elegant pink flowers emerge in late summer. (Sedum hispanicum minus)
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    Item #: ASL1S31

    SALE: $12.95 $6.48

    Per Plant - 3" pot

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