#11 True Sorrel
True Sorrel is edible. It makes comfortable, hardy ground cover plants, even for well-trodden paths.
Purslane is a pretty little plant that looks succulent and grows like a weed. It is great to uck it into salads.
Mint is a hardy, fast-growing perennial herb. The leaves are tender and fragrant, with a strong mint flavor that can be used to flavor foods and brew herbal teas.
#14 Roman Chamomile
This ground cover has apple-scented chamomile and lovely little flowers. You can add chamomile leaves and flowers to salads or make mild, delicately flavored jellies with them.
#15 Wood Violets
Wood Violets make an ideal springtime ground cover. Harvest and candy the flowers to decorate cakes, cupcakes, cocktails, and cookies.
#16 Wild Thyme
Wild Thyme forms a very low, springy mat of fragrant leaves and tiny pink flowers.