Fill cinder blocks with a creeping ground cover like thyme which smells so good when walked on.

Fill cinder blocks with a creeping ground cover like thyme which smells so good when walked on.

Silver Carpet (Dymondia margaretae) This stepable groundcover is perfect for planting in between stones. Its gray-green leaves can thrive under light foot traffic with moderate watering, and grow no higher than three inches. For best results, plant in dry, rocky soil.

Silver Carpet (Dymondia margaretae) This stepable groundcover is perfect for planting in between stones. Its gray-green leaves can thrive under light foot traffic with moderate watering, and grow no higher than three inches. For best results, plant in dry, rocky soil.

Red Creeping Thyme, Groundcover For Dry, Full-Sun Areas Red creeping thyme (Thymus serpyllum coccineus ) is a heat-tolerant, drought-tolerant ground cover that grows in zones 3 to 9. It likes full sun and grows close to the ground at only two to four-inches tall. Its deer-resistant, too.

Red Creeping Thyme, Groundcover For Dry, Full-Sun Areas Red creeping thyme (Thymus serpyllum coccineus ) is a heat-tolerant, drought-tolerant ground cover that grows in zones 3 to 9. It likes full sun and grows close to the ground at only two to four-inches tall. Its deer-resistant, too.

For my AL home in the woods. borders Its a hedge of Techny Arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis Techny) pachysandra white hydrangeas Side yard idea….circular border, snowball bushes pachysandra Beautiful job! What is the name of the evergreen type plant behind the white hydrangea that is creating the privacy screen? Pachysandra terminalis Green Carpet Annabelle hydrangea.

For my AL home in the woods. borders Its a hedge of Techny Arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis Techny) pachysandra white hydrangeas Side yard idea….circular border, snowball bushes pachysandra Beautiful job! What is the name of the evergreen type plant behind the white hydrangea that is creating the privacy screen? Pachysandra terminalis Green Carpet Annabelle hydrangea.