Best Ground Cover For Sunny Hillside. Plant in sun or shade where lots of bare ground is available. At just two inches tall mazus is the perfect ground cover to plant between stepping stones and along walls.
Plant a foot apart to fill in quickly or space 3 for more gradual coverage. Bearberry native to the northwest but can be found in many garden centers throughout the country. To make the Aubrieta a fast-growing ground cover plant for slope it needs to get about 4-6 hours of sunlight per day.
Gazanias are native to the southern part of the African continent and have proven to be a good choice for use as a drought-tolerant ground cover for sun in Southern California.
The fuzzy silver-grey leaves grow to between 2 and 4 5 10 cm long. The best evergreen ground cover plants for shade are deadnettle for its bright variegated foliage and perennial sweet woodruff due to its dainty white flowers. Hypericum can reach 1 to 2 feet in height. They range in sizes and soil preferences and some are even drought-tolerant.