How fast do Stepables grow?

How fast do Stepables grow?

The average growth rate is 6-8” in one year. Slow growing plants will spread an average of 2-4” per year. Fast growing plants will spread an average of 8-12”.

Can you walk on Creech sedum?

Q: Which STEPABLES plants are your favorite-go to plants? A: My favorite is Sedum album Coral Carpet because it changes colors throughout the year. Sedum John Creech is my favorite for people who have terrible luck with plants. Mentha requienii because is smells so amazing when you walk on it!

Can creeping thyme handle foot traffic?

Thyme. Fragrant and resilient, thyme makes a superb groundcover for sunny spots in your landscape where you can enjoy its fresh scent every time you walk by. Some of the best varieties are the non culinary types, such as red creeping thyme, ‘Elfin’ mother-of-thyme, and wooly thyme.

Is creeping thyme Steppable?

White Creeping Thyme is an extremely versatile evergreen STEPABLES Creeping Perennial that will cover dry slopes, creep around roses or work perfectly as a lawn substitute or between stepping stones. This plant needs sharp drainage to succeed. Over watering will impair growth.

Are Stepables perennials?

Need More Help? Know Which Way to Go! STEPABLES are problem solving creeping perennials that alleviate every day landscaping dilemmas. Create that dream pathway, control weeds around borders, or go completely green with a lawn substitution.

How do you care for Scotch moss?

Irish or Scotch moss is susceptible to browning out with too much or too little water. Irish and Scotch moss grow best in full sun in the Midwest with regular water and excellent drainage. They will grow in partial shade, but will not be as compact here; in more southern areas they may need some afternoon shade.

Is John Creech sedum a perennial?

* What it is: A ground-hugging, heat- and drought-tough perennial groundcover that gets small pink flowers in late summer. Leaves are green in summer, then burgundy in fall and holding the leaves through at least some winters. Named after a former director of the U.S. National Arboretum.

How do you grow John Creech?

Plants may be sited 12” apart when grown as a ground cover. Easily propagated by cuttings or division. Plants spread easily (root where nodes touch the ground). Cut a leaf from a healthy sedum with about 1-2″ of stem and plant the stem with the leaf above soil.

What is the lowest growing ground cover?

The Best Low-Maintenance Ground Covers for Your Garden

  • Heuchera. 1/11. An evergreen perennial, heuchera is known for its vibrant foliage, which ranges in color from silver to green to brown.
  • Honeysuckle. 2/11.
  • Brass Buttons. 3/11.
  • Creeping Phlox. 4/11.
  • Creeping Jenny. 5/11.
  • Stonecrop. 6/11.
  • Vinca Minor. 7/11.
  • Lamium. 8/11.

Is white creeping thyme perennial?

White Creeping Thyme (Thymus praecox ‘Albiflorus’) has soft aromatic foliage that is covered completely with white flowers in the summer, creating a snow-like effect. White Creeping Thyme is a very versatile evergreen perennial that will cover dry slopes, creep around roses or work perfectly as a lawn substitute.

Will Stepables grow in shade?

Bring it on! STEPABLE Creeping Perennials and All-Terrain Ground Covers thrive in shade conditions. It doesn’t matter whether you have a woodland area, moist shade or dry shade, we’ve got you covered!

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