Great Groundcover: Sedum ‘Angelina'. It grows in sun or shade, with moist soil or dry, and spreads like crazy. It even plants itself from broken stems that blow around the yard! It’s a gorgeous yellow green, and gets yellow flowers in early summer, but they aren’t really attractive to bees. Works in beds, containers, or between pavers. It is semi evergreen, and gets a cool bronzy tip in the winter. Here you see it with hostas.