If you don’t enjoy tip toeing around your yard to avoid your plants, it may be time to bring in some shrubs that tolerate foot traffic. Here are 12 stunning plants that stand up well when walked on.
Irish Moss is a path that is heavenly to walk on, and it tolerates it well! The moss grows rather quickly and can grow over a pathway.
The thin feathery texture of the Brass Buttons is surprisingly durable when holding up to foot traffic. The Garden Helper says that this plant can even be used as a grass substitute.
Is commonly used to decorate gardens. Like most ground cover plants, it is surprisingly easy to care for, and requires minimal watering.
Use as a filler between your pathway stones The leaves turn a bronze color in the autumn, making your yard look like an autumn sanctuary,
A gorgeous plant commonly used for ground cover, this plant grows beautiful pink flowers in the springtime, and produce a gorgeous fragrance when stepped on.
Blue Star Creeper
This stunning plant handles heavy foot traffic extremely well and produces little white flowers all year long.
Plant Roman Chamomile between the steps of your garden to create a fragrant footpath. Roman Chamomile is easy to grow and doesn’t require much attention at all.
The funnest ground cover plant out there. Iceplant is an evergreen that blooms year round, and creates a fun sensation when stepped on.
Lady’s Mantle requires little to no additional care after planting, and works as a great ground cover or a garden edging.
Beach Strawberries grow easily on rocks and are known for handling heavy foot traffic. The plant even produces small edible strawberries.
Corsican Mint can be a great ground cover option if watered appropriately. Not only are they gorgeous to look at, but they can be used in the kitchen according to The Herb Gardener.
Mazus Reptans are ideal for growing along pathways and produce absolutely stunning flowers in the late springtime,