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Jeepers Creepers® are durable perennial plants.
Their low spreading habit makes them ideal for use as a groundcover, lawn substitute, pathway or edging plant. If you select varieties rated hardy to your region, then they should come back each year.


 
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MUEHLENBECKIA axillaris
Creeping Wire Vine MUEHLENBECKIA axillaris

MUEHLENBECKIA axillaris

Item Id: Common Name: Creeping Wire Vine
24 Plants-$70 - 48 Plants-$114
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Number of plant trays
Half Tray = 24 plants $70
1 Full Tray = 48 plants $114
2 Full Trays = 96 plants $194
3 Full Trays = 144 plants $279.5
4 Full Trays = 192 plants $354
6 Full Trays = 288 plants $518
8 Trays = 384 plants $667
10 Full Trays = 480 plants $812
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Description
Creeping Wire Vine  MUEHLENBECKIA axillaris
 
A low creeping evergreen groundcover, this forms a spreading mat of wiry stems, clothed in tiny rounded leaves with a glossy green finish. Fall and winter colour is an attractive bronze green. Insignificant green flowers become black-seeded white berries in late summer. Great for large areas and stabilizing slopes. Vigorous habit. Space at 4 to 6 plants per square yard. Plants may be mown once a year in the spring to encourage thicker growth. Good in combination with spring flowering bulbs.
 
Tolerates fairly high foot traffic and dry conditions, once established. Too vigorous for the rock garden or perennial border. Avoid planting between pathway flagstones as this may become a trip hazard.
Plant Conditions

Sun Exposure

Soil Type

Soil pH

Soil Moisture

Care Level

Foot Traffic

Rate of Spread

Partial Shade
Full Shade
 Normal
  Sandy
Clay

 Acid
  Alkaline
  Neutral

 Average 
Moist

Easy

None

Slow

Plant Appearance

Flower Color

Blooming Time

Foliage Color

Plant Uses

Flower Head Size

Height

Spread

Mauvelilac

 Early Summer
Late Spring 
 Mid Spring
 Deep Green Purple Black
Border
  Containers
  Edging
  Massed
  Woodland

Very Small

10-15 cm
   4-6 inches

15-20 cm 
6-8 inches
  • Zone 5 to Zone 9
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