Great Garden Paths
Add a pathway to your landscape and inspire backyard explorations and easy access to your garden.
A galaxy of tiny, pale blue stars fills this garden path. This ground cover, Pratia pedunculata, also known as blue star creeper, blooms from late spring through much of summer.
Landscape designer Vi Kono spaced baby plants 6 to 8 inches apart in gaps between the flagstones. For the border, she chose tall Phygelius x rectus 'Moonraker,' with its tubular yellow blooms, and a purple coneflower called 'Magnus'. The blue star creeper is watered daily in hot weather.
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