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Stepables and Jeepers Creepers are sturdy perennials designed to endure foot traffic and are ideal for walkways, narrow paths, and rock gardens. Don’t let the small size fool you. They are vigorous growers and have incredible versatility. They are low maintenance plants that make a great substitute for grass in areas that are hard to mow. Because of their low growing characteristics, they work great as border plants for the garden or landscape bed. Their miniature foliage and trailing growth habit allow them to work wonderfully in combination planters. Stepables and Jeepers Creepers have a full array of blooming colors as well as very unique foliage characteristics. There are varieties to fit every need, whether it’s full sun, full shade, or somewhere in between. They are a durable perennial that you can enjoy year after year.

See below for a listing of some of the varieties we carry in this line. Some varieties are not found at all stores so please call your local Meadows Farms location for pricing and availability.

  • Ajuga ‘Chocolate Chip’
  • Pratia angulata
  • Anacyclus ‘Silver Kisses’
  • Sagina Scotch Moss
  • Arabis sturri
  • Sagina Irish Moss
  • Cymbalaria muralis
  • Sedum ‘Angelina’
  • Erysimum kotschyanum
  • Sedum ‘John Creech’
  • Erysimum ‘Orange Flame’
  • Sedum lydium
  • Glechoma hederacea var.
  • Sedum pachyclados
  • Herniaria glabra
  • Sedum ‘Purple Form’
  • Hutchinsia alpina
  • Sedum requieni
  • Hydrocoytle sibthorpioides
  • Thymus ‘Bressingham’
  • Isotoma fluviatilis laurentia
  • Thymus coccineus
  • Leptinella ‘Platt’s Black’
  • Thymus ‘Doone Valley’
  • Leptinella squilida
  • Thymus ‘Elfin’
  • Leptinella squilida cotula
  • Thymus ‘Pink Chintz’
  • Lotus plenus
  • Thymus ‘Spicy Orange’
  • Lysimachia aurea
  • Thymus ‘Wooly’
  • Lysimachia var. minutissima
  • Trifolium atropurp
  • Mazus reptans
  • Trifolium repens ‘Dutch Clover’
  • Mazus reptans albus
  • Veronica ‘Blue’
  • Mentha requienii
  • Veronica ‘Sunshine’
  • Muehlenbeckia axillaris nana
  • Veronica ‘Waterperry Blue’
  • Origanum vulgare ‘
  • Aureum’ Viola hederacea
  • Potentilla neumanniana
  • ‘Aurea’ Viola labradorica

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