need great groundcovers? who doesn’t!

IF THE WEATHER EVER COOPERATES here, I know what I plan to do: divide and conquer! (Conquer beds, that is, with divided-up groundcovers.) A recap of some favorites that I rely on:

    1. margaret says:

      Welcome, Madeline. I’ve linked your name back to your url. Nice to meet you — and I will come have a visit. :)

  1. Dru Peters says:

    I will not be able to make it to your talk at Cylburn in Baltimore tomorrow night. Spring is a busy time on the farm, and I must be here to get seeds in the ground. And I’d just fall asleep if I tried to attend and hear you. Have fun!

  2. Melissa says:

    Oh, you cost me so much money, do you know that? Every time you post something new, I just know I’ll be throwing money at a nursery somewhere. Luckily, I think I’ve got everything posted here covered. But seriously, thank you. I have learned a ton from you and I think my newly acquired but heavily neglected yard will thank you as well.

  3. Some nice suggestions, one can never have too much ground cover.

    Our garden is maturing quite nicely now so we are able to create new lower levels for planting as shrubs and trees are getting much taller.

  4. Potato Queen says:

    Hi, Margaret! Just found your site and this post, and was initially all mad that I didn’t find it last week before my trek to the garden center for plants for my new shady beds. Now I feel smug because I actually just bought a lot of your recommended plants. Now if I only had any kind of knack for arranging them…

    1. margaret says:

      Hi, Potato Queen. Great minds think alike. :) Nice to see you and hear about your shopping expedition. Sounds very successful!

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