Walkable groundcovers serve many purposes in the landscape, but it’s important to choose carefully. Walking on groundcovers may feel like stepping on a soft carpet of dense leaves, but the plants must have the ability to bounce back relatively quick. Groundcovers you can walk on are versatile plants that may also crowd out weeds, conserve moisture, prevent soil erosion, and provide habitat for beneficial pollinators. Here are a few examples of attractive and durable groundcovers for foot traffic. Choosing Groundcover That’s Walkable Here are some good groundcovers you can walk on: Thyme (Thymus sp.) – Includes several walkable groundcovers such as woolly thyme, red creeping thyme, and mother-of-thyme. Thyme thrives in full sunlight and nearly any well-drained soil. USDA plant hardiness zones 5-9. Miniature speedwell (Veronica oltensis) – Veronica is a sun-loving plant with deep green leaves and tiny blue flowers. Zones 4-9. Creeping raspberry (Rubus pentalobus) – Also known
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