Ground Covers Stop Soil Erosion. Plant vines on steep hillsides to stop eroding of soil. Also near lakes and ponds when they seem to fill up and loose depth. Best choices for super hardy groundcover vines are english ivy, vinca minor and ajuga.
Ground covers and vines are fantastic plants that can paint beautiful pictures as they grow and also as some of them will provide beautiful blooms to enjoy. There is a wide variety of ground covers and vines available so a homeowner will find the best one. There ae some that are stunning and are a lot of fun to have. The Morning Glory Vines are an amazing one and will look breathtaking as they display their gorgeous blooms early in the morning on those spring and summer mornings. The flowers on this one will close up around the middle of the day and will not open until the next morning. When looking for a very hardy vine that will grow very well and will not take a lot of care. This one will need to grow in full sunlight and can also do very well in shaded areas. It will also like to be in all types of soil conditions and will paint a brilliant shade of dark green when growing. It will take over a fenced area or even grow to the side of old buildings and create a unique look. The Cross Vine is a lovely one to add when wanting to add lots of bright colors. The blooms on this vine will have a gorgeous and bright orange color to them and will usually show in spring. There are also some fantastic ground covers that will grow close to the ground and will look stunning. Pink Phlox and also Big Leaf Periwinkle are excellent choices to add an incredible amount of color when they are in bloom. These ground covers will cover vast areas as they grow and will look stunning when several of these plants grow together. White Violets is another excellent choice and will do fantastic in natural areas where they will receive partial sun and will have moist and well-drained soil conditions.