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When you feel like tossing a big rug over your yard and calling it good, often what you really need is the right groundcover plants. These dependable, hardworking species grow densely to carpet the ground with minimal fuss. #groundcover #grassalternatives #landscaping #lawnalternatives #bhg
This list of ground covers for shade is perfect if you don't have a lot of sunlight. Here you'll find lots of options for a low-light garden.
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Meet 20 evergreen groundcover plants that are beautiful all year long. Some are suited to full sun, others are best for shade. Many also produce flowers.
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Cover your garden with color & texture with these 14 easy-care ground-cover plants. See ground covers for shade and full sun ground covers.
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Beautiful, No-Mow Alternatives to a Grass Lawn | Want to mow the lawn only once or twice a year? With no-mow hard fescue grass, it's actually possible. Opting for an all-fescue lawn won't require chemical fertilizers or weed killers—it's so densely growing, it naturally chokes out weeds. Yost says it also requires little to no watering. #gardenideas #realsimple #grasstips #lawntips
Looking for perennial ground cover plants that will thrive in your shade garden? This list of easy to grow flowering perennials is perfect for shady landscaping. #fromhousetohome #shadeplants #gardeningtips #gardenideas #gardening #groundcover
Lamium, with its silver-marked foliage, brightens a shady corner. This groundcover plant reaches 6-8 inches tall but spreads twice as wide. #gardening #gardentips #gardenplants #groundcover #groundcoverplants #landscaping #bhg
These beautiful compact perennials can be used as ground covers for shade to add interest to your garden while helping to keep the weeds down.
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Many of us have a love-hate relationship with our lawns. Although we enjoy the cool carpet of green grass to lie on and play on in summer, no one wants to spend hours every weekend mowing and trimming—not to mention battling weeds, insects, and fungus, and aerating, feeding, watering, and seeding. Turf lawns take a lot of time and money to maintain. They require the use of precious water resources to keep them alive, and the pesticides and herbicides we apply to them can damage the…
Are you looking for ground cover plants? Because oh, are there a huge number of these plants available. They range in size from only an inch or two to
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