83 mazus Home Design Photos

Creative Garden Spaces
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Austin Residence
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how this carpet of Mazus reptans (USDA zones 5 to 8) brings unity to this collection of sedges, ferns, nandina and Brunnera.
plants. Notice how this carpet of Mazus reptans (USDA zones 5 to 8) brings unity to this collection of sedges, ferns, nandina and Brunnera.
The Mazus reptans in between pathway stones.
carpet of Mazus reptans (USDA zones 5 to 8) or blue Star Creeper (very stepable)
Tiny light blue flowers - this carpet of Mazus reptans (USDA zones 5 to 8) brings unity to this collection of sedges, ferns, nandina
weave cohesiveness into a disparate collection of plants. Notice how this carpet of Mazus reptans (USDA zones 5 to 8) brings unity to this collection of sedges, ferns, nandina and Brunnera.
“mazus repans between stones” — Kirsten Tyson
Liquidscapes
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Howard Roberts
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between the broken bluestone is Mazus ( perennial ground cover). The Liriope has a purple/blue spike like flower in summer and the Mazus has a purple/blue flower in spring. Liriope is semi evergreen and the Mazus turns a yellow/rusty red in fall. I have other pics of the Mazus on my page in bloom.
is Mazus ( perennial ground cover). The Liriope has a purple/blue spike like flower in summer and the Mazus has a purple/blue flower in spring. Liriope is semi” “Beneathe the two varieties of Hosta is Liriope ( grassy looking ground cover) and below that and between the broken bluestone is Mazus ( perennial
broken bluestone is Mazus ( perennial ground cover).
“Beneathe the two varieties of Hosta is Liriope ( grassy looking ground cover) and below that and between the broken bluestone is Mazus ( perennial ground cover). The Liriope has a purple/blue spike like flower in summer and the Mazus has a purple/blue
“Plants” — Gina
Liquidscapes
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Howard Roberts
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Asian garden with out cropping of stone and Mazus as a ground cover/carpet.
Genus Mazus Species reptans Item Form 4-inch Pot Zone 5 - 9 Bloom Season Late Spring Habit Prostrate Plant Height 1 in - 2 in Plant Width 12 in Bloom Size 1 in Additional Characteristics Easy Care Plants, Flower Bloom Color Purple Light Requirements Full Sun, Part Shade, Shade Moisture R
Howard Robets - Asian, new York with mazus ground cover and cropping of stone
Mazus - hardy evergreen ground cover in zone 5
Asian garden with out cropping of stone and Mazus as a ground cover/carpet.
The use of Mazus as a ground cover
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Mazus ground cover between stepping stones blooms blue in spring
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Mazus ground cover between stepping stones blooms blue in spring
Mazus is a wonderful ground cover between stepping stones. This variety blooms blue in spring. It's ideal for this lightly shaded spot. Photo by Danna Cain
GreeneryMazus is a wonderful ground cover between stepping stones. This variety blooms blue in spring. It's ideal for this lightly shaded spot. Photo by Danna Cain
“i dont know if it can grow in our zone” — katerlyn
Planters
Garden Terrace
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That is Mazus reptans. Its high tolerance for foot traffic makes it a great plant to place between walkways and stepping stones.
Mazus reptant between stones, lush foliage, rustic furniture
green mortar Mazus reptans. Its high tolerance for foot traffic makes it a great plant to place between walkways and stepping stones.
“Plantings and the stone patio” — freddiebwatson
Summerset Gardens/Joe Weuste
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Garden Path Idea
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A stepping stone garden path located in Warwick, NY. Between the stones I planted Thyme, Sedum & Lobelia as well as Mazus and Ajuga in some of the shadier areas. Landscape Design Build Services in the New Jersey and New York areas. 845-590-7306
Between the stones I planted Thyme, Sedum & Lobelia as well as Mazus and Ajuga in some of the shadier areas.
Thyme, Sedum & Lobelia as well as Mazus and Ajuga in some of the shadier areas. NY
A stepping stone garden path located in Warwick, NY. Between the stones were planted Thyme, Sedum & Lobelia as well as Mazus and Ajuga in some of the shadier areas
A stepping stone garden path located in Warwick, NY. Between the stones I planted Thyme, Sedum & Lobelia as well as Mazus and Ajuga in some of the shadier areas.
“Stepping stones for side walk” — lconky
Liquidscapes
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Howard Roberts
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A private garden and courtyard in its glory with the Mazus in full bloom as a carpet to this space. Along with Liriope, Boxwoods, Bamboo, etc.
Mazus in full bloom as a carpet to this space. Along with Liriope, Boxwoods, Bamboo,
LUSH ground cover. Mazus in full bloom ... liriope ... boxwood and bamboo. \so pretty.
A private garden and courtyard in its glory with the Mazus in full bloom as a
“LUSH ground cover. Mazus in full bloom ... liriope ... boxwood and bamboo. \so pretty.” — Sarah Shand
Garden Design, Inc.
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Japanese garden
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Joanne Kostecky Garden Design, Inc. Another view of the garden with moss rocks and mazus as moss.
It is Mazus reptans. A great carpet but it does like moisture so plant it in areas where it will get enough moisture, definitely not on a hill.
love the mazus carpeting
Mazus as moss...mazus as moss
“Ground cover and stone - works” — twobobtraveller
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