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Add ground covers like robin’s plantain, golden ragwort.
Plant The Seeds Low-maintenance edible ground cover, like rosemary and sage, adds a layer of landscaping to the surrounding area.
But much of the evidence also retreaded or expanded on ground covered last summer when the first preliminary hearing was held for 18 members.
For readers with other ground covers, Asian jasmine generally requires cutting back at least once a year.
The rest of the paperback book is all about the plants, organized into sections about shrubs, ground covers, accents, perennials, trees and edibles.
Reaching around 6' tall in about three years if favorably sited, dwarf versions are suitable for containers, and a low-growing form ('Hillier') spreads out as a suitable ground cover.
Trim ground covers back to the edge of a path or sidewalk.
Another distinctive ground cover is creeping jenny, an evergreen that stays quite flat on the ground.
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Definition of ground cover for English Language Learners
: a low plant or group of plants used in a garden to cover the ground
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