Saponaria ocymoides Rock Soapwort
Saponaria is a sprawling plant which forms a nice carpet of semi-evergreen foliage. Small sprays of pink flowers appear prolifically in early summer. It works well in a rock garden, as a groundcover, or between stepping stones on a path.
The common name, Soapwort, refers to the sap from the roots of S. officinalis which was once used to make soap.
Pachysandra terminalis 'Green Carpet'
A popular evergreen groundcover, exceptional performance in deep shade, dislikes the hot sun; dense and low growing, interesting white flowers in spring, thick green leaves; prefers highly organic, acidic soils, does well beneath mature shade tree
Thymus Citriodorus - Lemon Thyme
Thymus citriodorus, the lemon thyme or citrus thyme, is a lemon-scented evergreen mat-forming perennial plant in the famly Lamiaceae. It prefers full sun and well draining soil. The bloom period is mid to late summer, with pink to lavender flowers that are a nectar source for bees and butterflies.
Thymus Pseudolanuginosus Wolly Thyme
One of the best Creeping Thymes for general groundcover purposes. This is a low, creeping species with fuzzy grey-green foliage, occasionally producing soft-pink flowers. A strong grower, ideal as a drought-tolerant lawn substitute or for planting between flagstones, tolerating moderate foot traffic. Woolly Thyme is easily divided in spring or early fall, and even small pieces will take root and grow. Evergreen.