Creeping myrtle, also known as Vinca minor or lesser periwinkle, should be planted in spring in an area with partial or full shade and any type of soil. Unless there is severe drought, once creeping myrtle is watered aft... More »

Creeping myrtle ground cover is an easy-to-grow, low-to-the-ground plant that is low maintenance and a fast growing evergreen, according to Axl J. Amistaadt for SFGate. It can also be called common periwinkle, Vinca mino... More »

Creeping thyme, or mother-of-thyme, seeds or starter plants should be planted outdoors in the spring, after all chance of frost has passed or in early fall for best results. Established plants can be divided and replante... More »

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