of the most common of the flowering evergreen ground covers
is the Periwinkle. This evergreen ground cover is also known
as creeping myrtle or dwarf periwinkle. The Periwinkle has
lush, deep green leaves and lavender blue blooms. This evergreen
ground cover will bloom from about April and continue to bloom
until the first frost.
common evergreen ground cover is the Japanese spurge. This
evergreen ground cover is very shrubby and grows eight inches
to one foot high and spreads using rhizomes to create a dense
carpet of dark green foliage. This evergreen ground cover
can be used as a substitute for grass in shaded, non-traffic
areas, or as a ground cover for shaded areas.