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Perennial vines are the perfect choice for covering banks to prevent erosion, filling in space around other plants, or providing natural beauty in place of grass. Two favorites are Partridge Berry and Periwinkle.
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Partridgeberry (Mitchella repens)
Partridge Berry is an attractive, low-maintenance, woodland ground cover with ornamental foliage that grows two to three inches high. This perennial creeping vine has slender, trailing stems that are 12 inches long with dark evergreen leaves. In late spring, small, fragrant, tubular flowers appear. The blooms grow in pairs from May to July and may be white or pink. Pollinated flowers form showy scarlet berries, which attract wildlife such as partridges, other birds, and small mammals. Partridge Berry prefers well-drained, humus-rich, acidic soil and will grow under acid-loving shrubs. It prefers partial to full shade and grows well in Zones 3 through 8. This beautiful ground cover is a good choice for shady borders and rock gardens. Partridge Berry establishes slowly but is well worth the wait.
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Periwinkle (Vinca minor)
Periwinkle is easy to grow, challenging, and pest-free, with glossy green leaves and pretty purple flowers. It spreads quickly, making it a beloved ground cover. Blooming in May and June, it reaches a mature size of three to six inches in height with trailing vines that get up to 18 inches long. Periwinkle likes partial sun to full shade and thrives in well-drained, normal, sandy, or clay soil. Hardy in Zones 4 through 8, Periwinkle spreads rapidly to fill in space, cover large areas, and prevent weeds from taking over. You can plant periwinkle under big trees, where grass would not grow well due to sunlight. Because Periwinkle will root and spread, it can help hold the soil in place, making it a good choice for banks or hillsides to prevent erosion.