Lobelia erinus compacta 'Cambridge Blue' great ground cover or potted plant will grow over and down if high or ground cover semi shade
Nigella-Love in the Mist, partial shade
Great idea for patio...buckets of succulents
veronica waterperry blue is a fast growing sun to part shade ground cover; can be used as a lawn replacement. wonder if i could plant a strip of this on the part of the lawn that gets the most sun.
The President Clematis Large (6-8"), rich violet-blue flowers with a deep purple eye bloom in early summer, and again in late summer. Attractive seed heads add interest in fall. Interesting upward-facing blooms, combined with smaller overall size, make this clematis an ideal ground cover. Plant near a fence, trellis or arbor for support. Since clematis roots like to stay cool, lightly mulch around the base of the vine, or plant small perennials near the vine to provide shade for its roots.
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Nolana paradoxa blue is an annual that has become popular in recent years, both for the border, rock garden, hanging baskets, or in mass plantings as a ground cover plant. Many people refer to this ground cover plant as Chilean Bellflower. It produces succulent creeping stems with fleshy pointed leaves, and large frilly trumpet flowers in blue with a white centre and yellow throat.
Iberis (Candy Tuft): A low-growing, spreading, woody-based, herbaceous perennial (subshrub) which typically forms a foliage mound 6-12" tall, spreading to 18" wide. It is evergreen in warm winter climates, but semi-evergreen in cold winter climates. Small, pure white, 4-petaled flowers in dense, flattened clusters (corymbs) appear in a profuse, early-to-late-spring bloom which often totally obscures the foliage. Excellent edging plant for borders, paths or walkways, rock gardens or wall.