Another Gardening Tip

10:12 AM

Quick!  Before planting season is completely over, run to your local greenhouse and pick up some Stepables®.  I discovered these awesome plants this weekend while picking out some vincas for our front yard. 
These plants serve as ground cover for your flower beds or other parts of the yard.  They come in all sorts of varieties. Remember how much I raved about sedum?   I am still wild about my trusty lime green ground cover, but I am excited about all of the other choices available.

For the purpose of this post, I researched a little more about Stepables®.  You really can’t go wrong with these hearty plants.  Most are sunlovers and require little to no maintenance.  You’re going to love the way that they are packaged too.  Your kids will want to help you plant!  They’re so fun.
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According to an expert gardner, my particular choice is called Creeping Jenny and has the potential to expand across 18 more inches of space.  I can’t wait to find out!

Which ones will you pick?  Visit for more info!

(I was not asked to promote this product.)

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  1. Great post, I love creeping Jenny. Thank you for your VB friendship. Hugs!

  2. Wow, I wonder too if those will actually reach 18 inches. Great gardening tips and yeah, I think we should hurry in planting something here soon:) Thanks for the reminder.
    Have an awesome rest of the week,
    Español para Niños (Spanish for Kids)

  3. Do they like our Desert sun? I always need something very hearty to handle our rough climate. Thanks for the info, and cheers from vB:)

  4. I have a lime green sedum also and my husband really enjoys it! Vinca is a favorite of mine, only we call it periwinkle! Ground covers are so versatile and fun!

  5. I wish I have the time to do those stuff at home. I like plants and flowers so much. I guess, I can do some gardening like start with something small what won't eat up a lot of my time. Thanks for posting :)

  6. Returning the follow! Thanks!

  7. You had me at "little to no maintenance." I kill plants. Seriously. I am a plant murderer. Ask my husband. He left for LA today, and because I'm staying at the family cottage, he (who brought the plant from home with us) told my mother to check in on it once in a while. As if it's a child, and I'm a neglectful mother. If these plants really are low maintenance, they are just up my alley!

  8. It's always nice to see true reviews! I'm visiting (and following) you back! Thanks for visiting me at Why We Love Green at

  9. How I wish I have a little land for gardening...

    Btw, thanks for approving my rqst in VB

    am now following your blog

    have a nice day!



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