groundcover

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n groundcover small plants other than saplings growing on a forest floor
    • n groundcover low-growing plants planted in deep shade or on a steep slope where turf is difficult to grow
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Usage


In news:

Trim sprawling stems of groundcover Red Apple.
Foamy bells offer colorful groundcover.
After the trees, shrubs and perennials are installed in a landscape, groundcovers generally represent the final step.
This Central Texas native plant is a great flowering groundcover for shady areas of your landscape, but it also does quite well in morning sun.
What groundcovers should I put down to keep my yard looking trim while boosting its overall health.
Or find a patch of sunny ground and use them as a groundcover.
Groundcovers and wildflower seed mixes can also be purchased.
Grow plants in hanging baskets, as a groundcover under larger houseplants, or on a pedestal or shelf.
Meet some durable groundcovers for shade and sun with Michelle Pfluger from Green 'n Growing.
Quite a few options for walkable groundcovers.
I'm always looking for interesting groundcovers, with say, a maximum height of six inches or so.
Ideally, this groundcover would cover the larger open areas in the landscape commonly referred to as the "lawn area".
I'm not sure what they're going to replace it with but it's prompted this article on invasive groundcovers, grasses and shrubs and plants to consider for replacement .
Ajuga 'Black Scallop ' is a stoloniferous perennial groundcover with deeply bronzed, beautifully scalloped leaves.
The Kollers plant miniatures as groundcover under a small maple in a container, the author has adapted the idea for her own lawn.
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