ground cover

pagantomApril 24, 2011

Hello. i live in the lehigh valley of PA. i want to edge my asphalt driveway. mulch and rock are a pain. is there a low-growing ground cover that would work well along a driveway? full sun, decent soil. thanks.

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Creeping thyme is great in a full sun location, as long as the soil provides good drainage. And very tolerant to foot traffic. Elfin thyme (Thymus praecox 'Minus') is the lowest growing, forming a dense, mat-like carpet.

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