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FutureStarrAColorful Ground Cover for Shade
We have all the tips and experience that you need to know to get the grass to grow in your lawn. Performing the proper steps and having a grass maintenance plan is the key to getting the grass to grow and flourish. We have been working with our clients for many years to bring them those dark green and lush lawns. Delivering the highest quality of care and maintenance allows their lawns to look beautiful. Our services allow us to deliver the best seeds that will be able to thrive in the setting that the homeowner has. Tree shading and full sun require different types of grass. We research and review the setting and always provide the best seed. We will make sure that it performs and is to our highest standards.
Ground cover erosion control for heavily shaded area in Cary, North Carolina. Current landscapers use strong blowers for leaf control. This blows away any seeds, loose soil and mulch. Tree roots are becoming exposed. Broad based weed killer is also used. All this detritus is washed into the lake in front of our home. We are currently looking for a more eco-friendly landscaper. Can you recommend questions we need to ask them before we select a new landscaper? There are lots of shady native plants that would make great groundcovers. To find these plants start first with a creating a list of native plants for your area. Take a look at the Native Plant Database on the www.wildflower.org website and put in the following search criteria: State = North Carolina, habit = herb (for herbaceous), duration = perennial, light requirement = shade, soil moisture = moist. Then select the height you desire. Most groundcovers are in the 0-1 foot category but there are some nice taller plants that will work too. This will generate a list of herbaceous plants.
Can be used as a groundcover if thickly planted. Some varieties will spread very rapidly from seeds, stolons, runners and expansion of the clumps. Blooms sporadically over a long period; peak bloom period is in May. Plants seems to grow better if neglected than if pampered. Seems to benefit from being divided or transplanted at least every other year. Very adaptable (though will not stand full shade), tolerating both flood and drought.This creeping groundcover has beautiful fernlike foliage. In spring, brass buttons (Leptinella) bears round, button-like, pale yellow flowers (it’s a member of the daisy family), which is where it gets its common name. It grows just 2 inches tall and is very dense. Plant this ground hugger in full sun in cooler climates and partial shade in hot areas. Brass buttons’ green foliage turns bronze in autumn, and it stays evergreen all winter. Use in rock gardens, around stepping stones, or as a turf replacement in small areas. Zones 4-10 (Source: www.costafarms.com)