We have put these two groups together because sometimes vines are used as groundcovers, or they can be grown on trellises or arbors, or even on solid structures if they have aerial roots like Climbing Hydrangeas and Creeping Figs. Many vines need an open structure to wind around. As far as groundcovers go, some form clumps, such as Liriope, and others spread and form a solid mass such as Mondo Grass and Asiatic Jasmine. Remember to keep the sun requirements in mind when choosing your plants! Not sure how many groundcover plants you need? Here’s some helpful information┬áto determine the number of plants you’ll need per square feet!

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