Ground covers provide a better option to lawns especially if you are dealing with slopes. Slopes are more technical to maintain in terms of mowing and watering, so you need more cooperative vegetation that grows fast and is easy to maintain.
Naturally, the creeping phlox loves to grow on hills and slopes. It can also be found growing on the cervices of stone walls and you can plant them as ground covers in where they love to grow beautifully – the slopes.
With its dazzling silver leaves, the dead nettle is a premium choice for ground covers in most regions where it is favorable but comes with a little bit of a challenge, it is very invasive in certain landscapes or soil textures.
The creeping thyme comes as the ultimate choice in our verdict having virtually no anticipated problems and barely grows above 3 inches fitting the low-maintenance description of ground covers. It is also used as a favorite for landscaping and useful in weed control.