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PostSubject: Groundcovers and advantages   Tue Feb 01, 2011 6:32 pm

In order to provide protection for your land from erosion and drought, you could make use of groundcover plants which will also improve the aesthetic appearance of your land. There are lots of advantages for groundcover plants such as they provide dense soil cover, retard weed growth, and prevent soil erosion. They are seen in different heights ranging from an inch to four feet. One widely used groundcover plant is turf grass. By seeking advice based on building inspections Sydney home owners decide which plant should be used in their landscape as groundcover. And many inspection experts say that turf grass is not the best groundcover for all locations. Usually people depend on groundcover plants for tough, shady locations or arid, hot locations, to provide plant materials. Most of them are very hardy and they provide long term coverage of slopes, poor soils, and wet areas.

Groundcovers once established do not demand much care and attention from your part; only a minimum amount of maintenance will be enough. There are many factors based on which do we choose a plant for the particular area. Those factors include the amount of sun, slope of the ground, herbaceous or evergreen, clay or sandy soil, moist or dry, and the position in the landscape. You need to take care about the position of groundcovers in the landscape because the size of the groundcover will impact how the entire yard or landscape will appear. In order to retain soil moisture, it is recommended to utilize perennial groundcovers and mulch and also this will help reduce regular watering.
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