Groundcovers are one of the quickest and easiest ways to instantly turn a bare space into something lovely and textured. Pretty much all you have to do is plant them and watch them grow.
Mulches have three main functions: they regulate soil temperature, reduce water loss, and help with weed control. They may be organic, inorganic, or a combination of both.
If you want to brighten a shady spot with delicate foliage and spring flowers, dead nettle is the happy wanderer for the job. Here's some facts to help you keep and control dead nettle in your garden.
Licorice plants can fulfill many different roles in your garden. Here's some tips for growing healthy licorice, and how they can add to your garden's look.
When your whole yard is parched by dry weather and plants that wilted in the midday sun are still drooping the next morning, they are in dire need of irrigation. Knowing when and how much to water is key to achieving that lush, green look you are aim
When you need an attractive plant to cover the ground quickly, try bugleweed, which will form a thick, tidy carpet even in the most challenging places. We'll teach you some tricks to grow and care for this useful plant.
Like late-season snow, candytuft brings drifts of fluffy white flowers to the spring scene. Use these tips to grow better and healthier candytufts for your garden.
Woodruff is both easy to grow and nice to look at. Here's some tips to help you grow healthy woodruff in your garden.
Vigorous and durable, evergreen ground covers are top plants for framing a lawn, masking the bases of trees or planting on slopes. They usually cannot withstand foot traffic, but they do an excellent job of edging walkways or other hard surfaces, pro
Weeds growing in your path can be a real eyesore, especially if they spill over and start growing in your yard. To eliminate that problem, grow perennial plants between stones in a path.
Ground cover is basically any low-growing plant that spreads out to cover the soil. The workhorses of the plant world, ground covers look great, take less work than lawn to maintain and can grow where turf grasses simply won't thrive.
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