Groundcover for Cemetery
I don't know much about gardening but need some advice. I have just cleaned off and fenced our old family cemetery. The landowners for about the last 15 years wouldn't even let us visit it let alone maintain it. But they moved away and the new landowners are nice. The cemetery is in the edge of the woods but it does get quite a bit of sun around noon. The cemetery is in such a remote location that it would be too hard to maintain grass there so I'm looking for a groundcover. There is already Vinca Minor growing rampantly through the cemetery but it isn't really thick enough to keep down other things and doesn't look so good. So I am looking for a drought tolerant, thick, quick spreading groundcover that is also attractive. I know that seems like a lot to ask for but maybe someone knows of such a plant. Ivys or anything else that clings to and grows up stone is completely out of the question. I have saw cemeteries where Ivy ruined old tombstones. Thanks!