Hardy ice plant (Delosperma) is a succulent, perennial ground cover with daisy-like flowers. The ice plant is not called an ice plant because it is cold hardy, but rather because the flowers and leaves seem to shimmer as though covered in frost or ice crystals. The plants grow to be about 3 to 6 inches tall and 2 to 4 feet wide. This species forms a low mat of succulent, evergreen leaves, bearing loads of small, starry purple flowers in early summer, then on and off through the season. Makes an excellent groundcover for hot, dry slopes, and will tolerate poor sandy soil
IBEPIIC - Iberis Pink Ice
Stunning new form of perennial Iberis. Candytuft is a spring-blooming favourite, often seen cascading over rocks and walls, or used as a groundcover. The glossy, evergreen foliage forms a perfect mound. This improved selection produces narrow, green leaves and masses of flat clusters of large, pink flowers with small dark-pink centres, spring through fall. Thrives in poor soil, is drought tolerant once established and attracts butterflies. Excellent for the border and in containers. Prefers a well-drained site, so avoid heavy clay soils.
MAZREPU - Mazus reptans Purple
Creeping Mazus is a beautiful ground cover for any sunny to partially shaded area. Plants form a low creeping mat of green leaves studded with small mauve/lilac flowers over a long season.
CYCALBUM - Cyclamen coum Album
Cyclamen are tuberous perennials with rounded, sometimes angular, leaves which are often attractively mottled. The nodding, characteristically shaped flowers have 5 reflexed and twisted petals, often with dark markings at the base. C. ciliciumf.albumis a small tuberous perennial with heart-shaped leaves mottled with silver, and nodding white flowers 2cm long in autumn