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Groundcovers and Plants to Use As Lawn Alternatives
DIYNetwork.com landscape experts share facts about how to choose and where to place groundcovers and plants used as lawn alternatives.
Defined as petite, pint-sized, or pixie, short-statured perennials deserve space in the landscape among their height-endowed relatives. Their small growth habit gives them the advantage of fitting into tight spots and other space-restricted areas.
Blue Tears Sedum
Blue Tears Sedum (Sedum dasyphyllum) is a colorful low growing groundcover for dry areas with partial shade. There are a few of these that have thrived at the base of the Tiger Eyes Staghorn Sumac on Tawes Plaza. Blue Tears Sedum should make a good rock garden plant as it needs a well drained site and performs better with fine gravel as a mulch rather than the shredded hardwood bark in this picture. This plant breaks apart easily when touched. Even the tiniest pieces of this sedum that break…
10 Tough Groundcovers That Can Solve Your Worst Landscaping Problems
When you feel like tossing a rug over your yard and calling it good, count on groundcover plants. These top groundcover plants carpet the ground with minimal fuss. They're quick-fix solutions for many landscape problems. #groundcover #groundcoverideas #gardening #perennials
Sedum Acre Seeds - Yellow Stonecrop Ground Cover Seed
Sedum (Sedum Acre) - Start Sedum Acre seeds to grow an excellent performing ground cover commonly known as Stonecrop. Yellow Stonecrop ground cover plants form a brilliant, intense golden yellow carpet that will rapidly spread and fill in, giving you ground cover over a large area in a very short time.
15 Drought-Tolerant Groundcovers That Look Gorgeous Without Much Water
Choosing plants that don't need much water can help you create a low-maintenance landscape. These tough, low-growing perennials will look beautiful (many even bloom) without requiring you to break out the hose or turn on the sprinklers.