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STEPABLES are creeping perennial plants that tolerate foot traffic.
They are easy to maintain, reduce weeds, fill in quickly or slowly, depending on your need. They will give your landscape that special finishing touch that turns a basic area into something marvelous


Experience the Pure Joy of Going Green!

STEPABLES are excellent for high traffic areas
such as pathways, patios, courtyards, garden stairs
and YES, even as lawn substitutes.
Plant your STEPABLES in any area where
bark or mulch would normally be placed.

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Leptinella gruveri-Miniature Brass Buttons

Lawn Substitution

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Thymus praecox 'Coccineus'-Red Creeping Thyme

Lawn Substitution

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 Plant an entire area  with STEPABLES and never spread bark or mulch again!
 Be creative with colors and textures and create lovely carpets of color on the ground.

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Plant STEPABLES in Your Yard Today and Go Barefoot Again!

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Reduce Your Carbon Footprint & Go Green with STEPABLES!





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