Do You Have Groundcovers In Your Garden?
These low-growing plants can help you maintain your green corner in different ways
Have you noticed those short plants that are not grasses when you walk around a garden? They are called groundcovers. They are not like grasses that are meant to be stepped on, but they do play an important role. Groundcovers not only help prevent soil erosion and weed growth, they also keep the soil from drying up by acting as covers that protect it from too much sun and wind exposure. Curious about groundcovers you can use in your garden? Here are some suggestions:
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