Chamomile, small succulent plants, juniper and Indian mock strawberry are good choices for landscaping ground cover, according to SF Gate. Creeping St. John's wort is another popular option.
There are four types of landscaping ground cover. Juniper and chamomile belong to the "low creeping" category. These hardy plants withstand heavy foot traffic and thrive in many growing zones.
Succulents, such as variegated ginger mint and ice plant, provide beautiful, interesting, drought-resistant ground cover. Their high water content makes these plants natural fire retardants, an important factor in areas prone to wildfires.
Erosion-reducing plants, such as creeping St. John's wort, comprise another important category of ground cover options. These plants form extensive, broad root systems that stabilize the surrounding soil.