How to Destroy a Ground Cover Called Chameleon in Your Flower Beds?

Answer Houttuynia cordata "Chameleon" is an ornamental but invasive ground cover. The herbaceous perennial grows 1 foot tall, quickly spreading through rhizomes, horizontal stems that develop underground,... Read More »

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Annual Flower Types for Ground Cover Beds?

Ground-cover plants are a must when you have a space in your landscape that is a transition between the lawn and garden areas, an awkwardly shaped and confined space that is difficult to mow, a spa... Read More »

Ground Cover Flower Types?

Ground covers are plants that are used in areas of landscapes where it is often not possible to grow other plants such as in arid, hot areas or very shady locations. Mulch is also used as a common ... Read More »

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Is it a good or bad idea to put the ashes from your fireplace into your flower beds?

Ashes have lye in them. Lye is acidic. Depending on what pH your soil is already, ashes can be a good thing. Or a bad thing. Have you had your soil tested to see what is contains? You can ... Read More »