Using plants between pavers softens the look of your pathway or patio and keeps weeds from filling in bare spaces. Wondering what to plant? This article can help.

Choose short plants that won’t obstruct your path, and plants that are suited to the current light exposure. Using plants that spread to fill the space around them make growing plants between pavers easier.

Irish moss adds soft, spongy texture to paths in shady areas. Just cut it to fit and lay it where you want it to grow.

It grows only an inch or two tall, and you’ll enjoy its pleasant fragrance. You can plant it in the sun, where it grows flat, or in the shade where it forms little hills.

Carolina ponysfoot is a pretty little North American native and species of Dichondra that grows in sun or partial shade. It features bright green, round leaves that spread to fill an area.

Using plants between pavers softens the look of your pathway or patio and keeps weeds from filling in bare spaces. Choose short plants that won’t obstruct your path, and plants that are suited to the current light exposure.

Using plants that spread to fill the space around them make growing plants between pavers easier.

You can plant it in the sun, where it grows flat, or in the shade where it forms little hills.