Question by  joe16 (32)

What is a good ground cover to use in Texas?


Answer by  okcmouseketeer (779)

Ajuga grows about four to six inches tall and covers the area quickly. It is available is two colors, bronze and burgandy. It flowers in the spring.


Answer by  patti (29325)

Texas is a big state with five gardening regions. The gardening (grow) region is a key factor in choosing landscaping. Your best bet is to consult with a local gardening store about the best options for your areas.


Answer by  kimd (150)

The most popular choices are English Ivy, Mondo grass, Asian Jasmine, Liriope and Blue Shade. Ground covers are often used around or under trees where grass grows poorly or tree roots are exposed.


Answer by  gcmeyer2 (787)

A good ground cover in Texas would be one of many forms of juniper. Juniper is able to withstand high temperatures and does not need a lot of water.


Answer by  snceflyf (448)

One of the most beautiful ground covers is the Texas state flower which is the Texas bluebonnet. Bluebonnets are wild flowers which will spread and completely cover large areas. They are absolutely gorgeous flowers and when their royal blue color saturates an area, it can be quite mesmerizing and relaxing to enjoy.

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