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The list below would be found in the alpine/rockery plant section in most garden centres
A great low spreading foliage plant with tiny green leaves. Tiny white flowers throughout the summer. Foliage dies off in the winter but still hardy and new green leaves will appear in the spring.
Small green leaves and minute mauve flowers with the added bonus of being very fragrant.
Evergreen, carpeting with feathery, fern-like bronzy-black foliage, tough and easy to grow.
Evergreen creeping carpet of tiny leaves, covered with bright-blue starry flowers all summer long.
Low and creeping with fuzzy grey-green foliage, producing soft-pink flowers now and again. Evergreen and fragrant.
Starry pink or white flowers, late spring to early autumn appear on low clump forming green leaves, a cousin to the cranesbill geranium.
Forming an evergreen carpet of bright-green foliage with tiny white flowers in late spring. Excellent as a lawn substitute.
A low evergreen cushion with silver-grey leaves, yellow button flowers on long wire-like stems appear in late spring. Requires full sun.
An evergreen carpeting plant peppered with tiny white flowers in late spring. A good plant for giving texture / structure.
Very attractive bronze-purple evergreen foliage plant producing ball-like red spurs in autumn, mat forming and very tough.