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By Mary H. Dyer, Master Naturalist and Master Gardener Evergreen groundcovers are just the ticket if you’ve got a difficult spot where nothing else will grow, where soil erosion is causing problems, or if you’re simply in the market for a beautiful, low-maintenance plant. Selecting evergreen groundcover plants for zone 9 isn’t difficult, although zone 9 evergreen groundcovers must be sturdy enough to withstand the climate’s hot summers. Read on for five suggestions that are bound to pique your interest. Zone 9 Evergreen Groundcovers Interested in growing zone 9 evergreen groundcovers? The following plants are certain to thrive in your region and provide year-round coverage: Beach morning glory – Also known as bayhops or railroad vine (Ipomoea pes-caprae), this is among the most prolific creeping evergreen plants for zone 9. The plant, which grows in a variety of difficult conditions, produces bright pink blooms sporadically all year long. Although the

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