Lawn Alternatives & Ground Covers
This week we are featuring plants that serve as exceptional alternatives to your traditional lawn as well as some standout winter-hardy ground covers.
Juncus tenuis is an example of a perennial that grows well in semi-shade and moist, even wetland-type, soil. In an area where a traditional lawn may struggle to thrive, along roads, on waste ground and even by heavily-traveled pathways, this type of ‘poverty rush’ provides exceptional plant diversity.
Featuring different rushes, perennials and grasses, we highlight the benefits of substituting plants for traditional selections and lawns to encourage a more naturalized plant community. For more ideas on lawn alternatives and ground covers, call our team of plant experts now!
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