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Hello All, After a few suggestions for groundcover options... Have just cleared an resonably large area at the bottom of the garden of weeds and general detritus... soil is really poor, a layer of dust covering soil thats like concrete... Not sure
Good day. I have been using glycophosate weed killer (Clinic) and have discovered that on my light sandy soil there is a ground hugging plant that resists the weedkiller. It has become quite dense and covers the soil like a green carpet. I have been
over fast and cover the ground. It is also a very exposed slop facing south. I have a cotoneaster with red berries growing here - if i pin parts of the low branches into the ground will they root and produce new bushes? If there is anything else I can
the job, though ground elder is quite difficult to eradicate. I'm interested to see that you're hoping to turn it into a wild area... ground elder and nettles are pretty wild already. Nettles in particular are fantastic for ladybirds, butterflies and moths
Short plants, eg, ground cover, which are grown under taller shrubs or trees.