WHITE, GROUNDCOVER - Few ground covers rival the flower power of spring blooming Iberis. Tahoe, a more compact selection produces mounds of evergreen foliage that becomes smothered with masses of large white clusters of flowers in spring.
Arenaria Wallowa Mountains / Wallowa Mountains Mossy Sandwort (Desert Moss) is a great groundcover plant with tiny bright green evergreen leaves. Looks great as a crack filler between flagstone and paving stones.
Bar Harbor Juniper Juniperus horizontalis 'Bar Harbor' Low-growing evergreen/groundcover Blue-green color that turns reddish-purple in winter Adapts to a wide range of climates from zones 3 to 9 Tolerant of salt spray Grows about tall by wide in 10 years
Trachelospermum asiaticum Asiatic Jasmine This vining evergreen is great for slopes and grows only 6 to 12 inches high. Its small dark green, glossy leaves form a mat, and in spring the plant produces tiny white, yellow or pink flowers.
Low growing grasses, shade tolerant Hakonechloa macra 'All Gold', European Ginger, Painted fern and Hosta 'June' from article on 10 great groundcovers to rely upon from A Way to Garden. Grass for front bed.
Lime Glow Juniper is a low growing evergreen shrub with soft feathery textured foliage that is bright chartreuse yellow when new, fading to a slightly darker lime green when mature. Works great as a groundcover, or for colorful accents and borders.