Vinca major (periwinkle) evergreen groundcover for shade. The blue flowers start as early as February and keep going until late autumn. choose as Vinca 'minor' if you need a neat rather than sprawling habit.
Bowles' Common Periwinkle (Vinca minor 'Bowles') Design Ideas Use this shady groundcover for those hard-to-plant spots--its evergreen trailing stems will look fine year-round. It makes a good groundcover for shrub plantings
One of the best groundcovers for shade, displaying large, violet-blue, pinwheel-shaped flowers against glossy dark green leaves. Sun tolerant in cool northern zones. In hot summer areas, plant in dappled to deep shade. Good for use in firescaping.
PERIWINKLE (for the front hill?) The common periwinkle plant is often spotted creeping down steep hillsides and banks, offering a green and growing affect in areas which might otherwise be bare. Learn about planting periwinkle in this article.
Find essential growing information on the perwinkle, including: flower colors, height and width, seasonal features and special features. Check out more information about periwinkle care and explore tips on how to grow periwinkle.
The unique deep purple to magenta colored blossoms of the Wine Common Periwinkle makes it perfect for planting beneath tree canopies or cascading over a low wall or container. Zone: 4 - 9 #MonroviaPlants #GrowBeautifully #Periwinkle #Vincaminor #vinca