Native Plants

7 Best Ground Covers To Grow In Oregon

Those who want to plant native plants in their yard should choose a variety of Oregon ground covers. A good choice is the long-leaf Oregon grape.

This weed-free shrub grows several feet tall and can be easily sheared. In the spring, it will bear spikes of bright yellow flowers.

In the summer, it will produce dark blue berries. Birds love the fruit. When planting native plants in your yard, you’ll want to wait until the summer heat has passed. Then, you may need to add additional irrigation to help the groundcover establish itself.

Sweet woodruff is a low-maintenance ground cover, but it’s quite invasive if the soil is too moist. This perennial is best grown in areas with dry shade.

It’s also a great ground cover for shady and moist areas. It has beautiful white blossoms in the spring, and its native habitat is the Rogue Valley and western Washington. It’s also hardy in the Pacific Northwest, growing well in moist forests, clearings, and swamps.

Basket of gold is a low-maintenance ground cover that requires only occasional pruning after flowering. Known as yellow alyssum, basket of gold has clusters of golden flowers.

These flowers differ from sweet alyssum, which blooms in pink. A good ground cover should be well-drained. A well-drained soil is essential to ensure it thrives in your yard. If your home is on a slope, consider using this low-maintenance grass instead of grass or turf.

The basket of gold is a low-maintenance ground cover that requires minimal maintenance. It grows quickly and only needs trimming after flowering.

It’s best used as a lawn substitute, but be sure to consider the soil and moisture level before you decide which type of ground cover to plant.

For best results, choose the one that suits the climate conditions of your area. However, remember that the ground cover you choose should be able to tolerate some rain and dry conditions.

Salal is a woody shrub that is commonly used as a ground cover. Salal is a versatile ground cover, but it doesn’t like to be transplanted.

It prefers partial shade with a woody mulch. A salal’s growth rate depends on the amount of sunlight. If it gets too hot, it will not be successful in full sun. It may require regular pruning to keep its shape as a ground cover.

Regal® Charmaine™ Clematis

Featuring beautiful carmine red-wine colored blooms, the Regal ® CharmaineTM Clematis (Clematis ‘Evipo022’) produces large white blooms that can be single or semi-double or even fully double, and all on the same plant!

Its center is crowned by golden anthers and stamens and is said to have a crown of golden anthers and stamens.

Climbing and twining, these vines are covered in gorgeous green foliage and tendrils that reach higher and higher as they reach towards the bright blooms of spring, which cover old wood as well as new growth.

During the fall, plants produce unique seed pods that, when left on a dry vine in the winter, can provide winter interest.

Vertical thrillers and climbing gardens are great with these plants since they produce unique seed pods during fall.

Aside from the beautiful butterflies and buzzing bees that will flock to your plants, you will also get the advantage of an all-around beautiful landscape plant!

In any garden size, the ®Regal CharmaineTM Clematis will provide you with stunning beauty all summer long!

Sedum SUNSPARKLER® Angelina’s Teacup

This is a delightful low-maintenance plant that will enchant your guests at any time of the year.

Introducing SUNSPARKLER Angelina’s Teacup Sedum (Sedum rupestre ‘Angelina’s Teacup’) that effortlessly elevates the tone of your landscaping plantings.

It is a foliage plant that you can count on all season long because it is a low-growing, low-growing groundcover.

As tough as nails, Angelina’s Teacup is a perennial plant that is almost “plant it and forget it” type of plant, and can easily be grown by garden beginners.

In spite of this, you will never be able to forget the sweet, tiny succulents’ enchanting appearance!

The bright yellow color of the succulent leaves cannot help but attract the attention of anyone who sees them. In autumn, the colour deepens into such a showy, electric orange that it is hard not to fall in love with it.

There are many reasons why it is a designer secret. It’s no secret that garden designers know how important it is to pay attention to the little details. You will love the little “cushion” of colour in this tea cup, surrounded by a tight little mesh.

Ground Hog™ Aronia

Make the most out of your landscaping by choosing a small plant that serves as a focal point throughout the spring, summer and fall.

There is a super native shrub called Ground HogTM Aronia (Aronia melanocarpa UCONNAM012′ PP31,821) that extends wide but stays low in the ground.

In the springtime, it is covered with a beautiful white blossom. A large number of local pollinators will be drawn to the blooms, which are rich in nectar-rich nectar.

The foliage of Ground Hog looks attractive and fresh all year round, with it’s rounded, glossy, green leaves.

These ground covering plants are a great way to suppress weeds in an attractive manner while still being functional.

By polishing the edges of your planting beds, and filling wide open areas, you are making your planting beds more attractive.

There is a lot of personality in this little plant, which is low to the ground but still manages to spread out nicely. The plant thrives in both warm and cool conditions.

Therefore, you are welcome to plant it either in an acidic soil or an alkaline soil. Put it in poor soil that drains well, and let it grow into a dense mat by itself.


Princess Diana Clematis


Clematis Princess Diana, which is also known as Princess Diana, is a late flowering clematis that produces masses of brightly colored four-petalled pink blooms from midsummer all the way through the fall.

As a result of its tulip-shaped flowers with four petals each, a lighter pink margin, and bright yellow anthers, the Clematis Princess Diana is quite distinctive in appearance.

There is something extra special about this plant because of the attractive seed heads it produces in the late fall.

This vivid tubular bloom of hot raspberry pink is a fitting tribute to the late Princess of Wales, as it is a tribute reminiscent of the late Princess of Wales.

However, the growing of the clematis Princess Diana requires a support structure that will allow the plant to grow properly.

In order to make clematis an easy plant to grow, you need a rich, porous, alkaline soil with ample space for the roots to spread.

It is recommended that you prune gently the Princess Diana Clematis early in the spring, above the new leaf buds, and remove any dead or weak stems that may be present. This group of clematis comes in a variety of varieties that bloom in the new season.

It is important to shade the roots by using mulch or a shallow-growing groundcover so that the ground remains cool and moist.

Ruby Voodoo Rose

You are sure to be spellbound by this rose when you see it. In this instance, Ruby Voodoo (Rosa ‘Ruby Voodoo’) is hiding a secret.

In addition to the enticing color that draws your attention from far away, it has an intoxicating scent that will make your heart skip a beat as soon as you begin to get closer.

Firstly, Ruby Voodoo has one of those difficult-to-capture-in-a-picture colors.

The color is a wonderful purple / pink / magenta shade that grows richer as you stare at it for longer periods of time.

The shape of this plant is reminiscent of an old English rose, yet it also has the vigor and health of a modern landscape shrub.

A Ruby Voodoo’s striking color alone may not be enough to make it stand out, but the unique power of the fragrance is what makes it stand out and make the fragrance truly stand out.

In describing the candle’s fragrance, I can equate it to that of a rich, sweet, traditional rose scent. It is the type of scent that perfume makers, and candle makers, can never quite replicate in a bottle or in wax, no matter how hard they try.

There is nothing easier than picking a small bouquet of roses from your garden and bringing them into your living room to make it smell like a rose garden!


Avant Garde Clematis


In the Clematis Avant Garde, Clematis ‘Evipo033’, we have a large flowering hybrid Clematis that is very popular.

On the outside, the petals are deep magenta, while the dahlia-like flowers on top are light pink.

If you look closely at the Clematis Avant Garde flowers, you will see that the magenta outer petals bend back a bit at the tips, while the pink inner petals glisten with a satiny shine!

The flowers of this plant have a unique shape and coloration which produces an incredible display. Each flower has a diameter of two inches.

You could plant this clematis on a trellis, porch, arbor, lamp post or any focal point and it would certainly make a statement.

Clematis Avant Garde should be planted in a sunny, well-draining area, with the roots being mulched or shaded to prevent evaporation. In early spring, prune it to a height of 10 to 12 inches, and it will take off and start growing to a height of 10 to 12 feet.

With vibrant colors, this plant has very striking colors and offers an exciting new look for your garden. As a vigorous free flowering plant, Clematis Avant Garde flowers from midsummer until autumn.