All about Ground Covers
Ortho Books, Oct 1, 1993 - Gardening - 112 pages
Ground covers are one of the most interesting groups of plants in today's garden. They provide a versatile lawn replacement that takes less maintenance than turf, and uses less water and fertilizer. This book offers all the information you need to select the right ground cover for your region and needs and care for it properly. Includes photographs of more than 200 ground covers.
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