Top 10 GroundcoversPopular low-growing and spreading plants
According to the University of Illinois groundcovers can be used for problems areas and to unify the landscape. Before selecting a groundcover for your yard evaluate the growing conditions. Determine what type of sunlight the area receives, whether the soil is clay or sand, and how good the drainage is. Also consider how much water and maintenance you are willing to dedicate to the groundcover you select. Watch out for fast-growing varieties that may become invasive.
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