Posted: 06/09/2014 at 11:51
I hope someone out there can help! I have a couple dozen vinca minor gertrude jekyll which are doing very well as ground cover but the bed they're in is going back to being a lawn (eventually) so I need to re-home them.
The only spot I can find is along the top of a wall but I'm concerned that as they put down little roots, they might worm their way into the mortar or little gaps and do long-term damage. I don't want to end up having to re-point the wall!
If I do plant them in this site as ground cover along the top and trailing down the front, does anyone know if their roots will do any kind of damage or if it'll just trail in a friendly, inexpensive way?!
Thanks in advance!