Sedum (or other plant) for low ground cover?
My friend has a bare sandy area underneath tall pines here in zone 8 (or maybe 7), SC. (Midlands area.) She's asked me about low-height ground covers... I thought first of ajuga, which I've had success with, but don't know if this spot will get enough sun to support it. Can someone suggest a good sedum? There are so many, and I don't know much about them other than they're hardy and tolerant of most conditions. My friend is NOT a gardener, and wants something that she can just let run wild... invasive is just fine with her! :-) (I also considered varigated vinca major, but she wants something with a growth pattern similar to ajuga.) Thanks for any suggestions, folks... all plant ideas welcomed and appreciated! :-)