Sweet Woodruff can be a nice addition to your garden, as it can fully cover the ground with its foliage and little white flowers. This plant can grow well and thrive in shady areas. So if you have a garden under a group of trees, and you have difficulty growing anything, this is what you should cultivate.
Apart from liking shade, this plant also prefers moist but well-draining soil with organic material. Enrich your soil with decomposed branches and leaves to make it easier for the sweet woodruff to grow and spread quickly.