Ground Cover Plants
One of the most useful aspects of ground cover plants is that they prevent erosion of soil. They can also inhibit weed growth in one’s yard or garden. Ground cover plants create a system of cover and roots that help to keep soil in place. In this way, these plants can serve to protect the rest of the landscape from damage. For preventing erosion, ground cover is often used to protect the roots of trees in ones’ yard or to protect other plants.
Ground cover plants can be a useful aesthetic addition to your garden or landscaping around your home. It’s often used to cover bare areas of earth and may be used as an alternative lawn, especially in shady areas where some plants do not grow readily. These plants can also be used to fill in spaces between flagstones, for example, or as an edge to landscaping around the home. They can also be helpful in covering hills that are difficult to mow. In other instance, ground cover is chosen to introduce new colors or textures into a landscape. It can provide a new aesthetic dynamic to a view by serving as either a centerpiece to a simple landscape or accent an existing garden.
Soil erosion is fast becoming a problem for many areas. Help prevent this from happening and make the area beautiful at the same time. This collection can have a mixed variety of Creeping Phlox, English Ivy, Vinca Minor, Pachysandra and/or Partridgebery Vines. This collection ships year round.
Ground cover plants are plants that can cover a large area of the ground. While the most common ground cover plant is grass, ground cover can come in numerous variations to meet all of your planting needs. While some ground cover plants are annual, some are perennial. Some plants are flowering, while others provide leafy foliage. Despite this wide variety, most of these plants are low maintenance, and their multiple uses can provide a versatile addition to your landscape.
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