Edible ground covers
Over the weekend my husband asked for my help outside - he had decided to trim a section of our front yard, which is steep and covered in ivy. "I went a little crazy," he said.
Yeah, he did. He completely tore out every single plant in the bed, roots and all. Luckily, none of it was anything I was particularly attached to.
As we cleaned up, we talked about what we should plant in the bed. He was thinking Vinca or Phlox, something spreading. The more I think about it, though, the more I'd like to plant something edible.
Perennial herbs are a nice choice. Lingonberry or cranberry would work, I think. No doubt someone here will have other great ideas for edible ground covers.
Anyone with suggestions?