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Pull a Design Together with Ground Covers

Use low-growing layers to add color, texture, and continuity to your landscape

Fine Gardening – Issue 163
The staff at your local garden center works hard to assemble eye-catching displays of colorful perennials, artfully arranged succulents, and architectural grasses. But the ground-cover section is likely an unremarkable, out-of-the-way aisle, lined with uniformly green flats. Who could blame you for passing it by?

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