Home Improvement Expert Danny Lipford

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Planting Groundcover


Shady, hilly areas are great for groundcover plants because they hold and protect the soil without the benefit of lots of sun. Plants like adjuga and jasmine are ideal, but the important thing is to space them properly. Watch this video to find out more.  ...More




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Planting Groundcover

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Shady, hilly areas are great for groundcover plants because they hold and protect the soil without the benefit of lots of sun. Plants like adjuga and jasmine are ideal, but the important thing is to space them properly. Check with nurseries or garden centers to find out their size at maturity. This is important because some groundcover, like juniper, can spread to as much as six feet across.



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