Moderate sun to shade, relatively fast grower, and semi-evergreen. Moderate foot traffic. Color of foliage ranges from burgundy to variegation with variety.
Prefers moist, rich soil, deciduous. Pleated gray-green foliage with chartreuse flowers.
Evergreen. Tolerates full sun to afternoon shade. Requires little water and care once established. Pinkish-white urn-shaped flowers.
Prefers moist, humus rich soil. Heart shaped leaves.
Native to NW. Prefers moist, acidic soil, slow growing and spreading, white flowers.
Prefers moist, rich soil, semi-evergreen. Dainty creeper.
Semi-evergreen to evergreen. Tolerates dry conditions but best with moderate water. Low maintenance. Flowers in spring.
Adds a beautiful detail to a site in need of a small scale ground cover. Members of the geranium family.
Prefers rich, moist soil, dense mats of green foliage, fragrant, white flowers.
Evergreen. Slow growing. Glossy, oval leaves. White flowers followed by scarlet berries.
Evergreen. Native to Pacific NW. Tolerates sun, moist. Prefers acidic soil, excellent for covering large areas. Edible fruit.
Evergreen. Can tolerate sun, moderate foot traffic, tight growing ground cover.
Prefers rich, moist soil, low and fast growing, moderate foot traffic, bright yellow flowers.
Prefers moist, rich soil. Mint fragrance, forms tight green carpet, can take light foot traffic.
Prefers average to moist well-drained soil. Self sows, blue, white or rose flowers, grows easily and thickly.
Native to Oregon, prefers frequent watering, flowers in spring, sometimes again in fall, green, clover like leaves.
Evergreen. Prefers moist, acidic soil, will cover an area rapidly. Dark, glossy foliage, blooms in spring, excellent under trees.
Evergreen. Prefers rich, well drained, moist soils, slowly forms dense cover, blooms May-June. Needs some direct sun.
Tolerant of heavy foot traffic, a great choice for pathways and between stepping stones. The seed pods attract birds and the plants make a good lawn substitute.
Evergreen. Prefers well drained, moist soil. Can take soil on the dryer side more than other species. Forms dense mat of glossy green foliage with scalloped edges. Flowers May-June.
Evergreen. Prefers dry, well drained soil. Golden foliage.
Prefers rich, moist, well drained soil. Vigorous, carpeting plant with tiny round leaves, can take moderate foot traffic.
Semi-evergreen. Small, brilliant gold foliage, pale purple flowers. Part shade.
Evergreen. Rapidly spreading, excellent for erosion control. Foliage and flowers vary.
Prefers moist, well-drained, humus-rich soil. Foliage and flowers vary between species.