Miniature landscape plants for warmer regions

Smaller plants for frost-free regions
bush jade plant
In the center is a dark-purplish, tiny bush jade plant; to its right, where the track stops, is a bright green Irish eyes aeonium.
Mark Langan
For those of you in the southern tier of states and other warm regions, there is a wealth of possible groundcover and smaller plants that are adapted to your warmer, frost-free climates, and are suitable for railroad gardens.

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