These creeping herbs are seen just about everywhere because of its vibrantly coloured leaves, which range from burgundy to green. It grows well under the sun or indoors as they are heat-tolerant.
CUPHEA HYSSOPIFOLIA PURPLE & WHITE
This species is native to Central America. The leaves of this plant look much like a fern, but also produce tiny purple and white flowers. It is usually used for ground covers in landscaping.
Another durable plant which is grown because of its colourful foliage. These plants are perfect for a beginner gardener because they are very easy to grow and maintain.
As a child, you might remember picking these brightly coloured flowers. This evergreen shrub is found in tropical areas and is suitable for landscapes.
The leaves on this plant look pale as though they have been covered by dust. These drought-resistant bushes are also called Texas Silverleaf. This plant produces small pink flowers that are attractive from afar.
Also called Mexican petunia, these shrubs with purple flowers are easy to grow and maintain. You can grow them among other flowering plants in the garden.
Their yellowish-orange flowers look like a miniature version of sunflowers. The creeping attribute of wedelia makes it suitable to be used as ground cover.
Locally known as “Melati” in Malay or “Shu Mei” in Chinese, this plant is also a favourite among Bonsai advocates. With greenish leaves and white flowers, it is also a plant that possesses medicinal benefits.