is in evergreen groundcover that makes a thick
carpet of trailing stems. Blue, periwinkle flowers
rise just above the deep green glossay foliage
in spring. This is an excellent groundcover for
shady areas of the landscape. It spreads underneath
azaleas and other shade-loving shrubs. Hosta lilies
and other shade perennials will pop right through
it when emerging from dormancy in spring.
are two types of Vinca that we use in the landscape.
Vinca Minor grows to about 4" in height and
is less invasive than Vinca Major which grows
to about 10" in height and is quite a wild
spreader. If the wild look is for you, and you
have large shady beds, Vinca Major is for you.