AffiliationPlant Sciences, School of
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AbstractGround covers are usually creeping, sprawling or clumping plants whose primary function is to cover the ground in man-made landscapes. They can also include low growing shrubs and perennials, if they spread to cover the area. Plants suitable for this use come in a wide range of shapes, sizes, textures and colors. This publication addresses the issues related to ground cover plants. Topics include; why we use a ground cover, caveats, how to select a ground cover, general planting instructions, care of established plants, watering and exposure. It also includes a plant climate zone map and a plant list.
Series/Report no.University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Publication AZ1110
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