Groundcover As A Form Of Plant
Groundcover masks ground and prevents erosion.
Bugleweed Lavender Cotton (Santolina Chamaecyparissus) Mint Kenilworth Ivy Oxalis Oregana
Bugleweed, (Ajuga reptans), Groundcover, As A Form Of Plant

Ajuga reptans is commonly known as bugle, blue bugle, bugleherb, bugleweed, carpetweed, carpet bugleweed, and common bugle, and traditionally but less commonly as St. Lawrence plant. It is an herbaceous flowering plant, in the mint family, native to Europe.[from wikipedia]

Lavender Cotton (Santolina Chamaecyparissus), From Southern Europe, At Shore Acres State Park, 90038 Cape Argo Highway, Coos Bay, Oregon

Santolina chamaecyparissus (syn. S. incana), known as cotton lavender or lavender-cotton, is a species of flowering plant in the family Asteraceae, native to the western and central Mediterranean.[from wikipedia]

Mint Kenilworth Ivy, (Cymbalaria), Groundcover, As A Form Of Plant

The genus is native to southern Europe. It is closely related to the genera Linaria and Antirrhinum, differing in having creeping growth and flowers borne singly rather than in dense erect spikes.[from wikipedia]

Oxalis Oregana, Groundcover

Also calledRedwood Sorrel or Oregon Oxalis

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