Ground cover is defined as growing or planting vegetation to stabilize or retain soil or sediment. Common ground cover species include wildflowers, grasses, native grasses, clovers, ivies and mosses. Planting ground cover seed such as dichondra provide a low growing and low maintenance lawn. Wildflower mixtures are commonly added to landscaping areas for decorative ground cover applications as well. Ground cover seeding helps to prevent runoff and pollution of coastal water ways, ponds and rivers as well.
Clover GroundcoverMany clover varieties are used for ground cover due to their low-growing habits and low-maintenance needs. Many clover species are considered decorative ground cover due to their beautiful flowers and soft appearance. Clovers are nitrogen-fixing legumes that improve your soil and provide...
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Dichondra SeedDichondra Seed (Dichondra Repens) - Dichondra is a small leafed matting perennial native to the southeastern states, has received considerable attention in recent years as a lawn substitute or ground cover in the South and on the West Coast in the U.S., in Greece, Italy...
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Perennial Peanut Ground CoverPerennial Peanut Seed (Arachis Pintoi) - Perennial Peanut is an attractive, low maintenance ground cover that blooms bright yellow flowers from spring to first-frost. This drought-tolerant, hardy perennial requires little or no supplemental water after it is established. In the drought conditions we are now...
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Wildflower GroundcoverWildflower seed mixtures are commonly used for decorative groundcover for landscaping, home lawns, parks and recreation areas. Wildflower seed mixtures provide perennial groundcover in most climate zones. Wildflowers are a beautiful alternative or addition to grasses and native species in ground cover applications.
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