School could use some ground cover advice
I set out with my elementary school students to solve an erosion and eyesore problem at our school in the fall. There is an area of the property under trees that won't grow grass, and it really looks dull/boring/tired. Unfortunately, the winter came and we put it on the back burner. I would like to start thinking ahead to this fall and even start preparing the ground over the summer. Here are the photos:
I was wondering you you all thought that filling this area with pachysandra would look good AND be successful in stopping some of this somewhat sandy soil from running down the slight incline. I also was wondering if you thought that I might be able to plant some bulbs in this groundcover on the periphery where it gets sunlight. I thought it would be neat if we had bulbs growing through it every spring. If anyone has pictures of a garden with bulbs growing through a similar groundcover, that would be great!
Thank you so much for your help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!