some groundcovers are so hard to keep...
I'm keeping several groundcovers i.e. scleranthus uniflorus, blue star creeper, all variants of baby tears, etc. and I've found that some of these are REALLY hard to keep alive for some reason.
As of now, my scleranthus uniflorus is dying and I don't know how to keep it alive. It seems like it's drying out. In between the dried out needle-like leaves, there appears to be some fuzzy moss-like fuzz that seems to be doing fine though. I watered this plant every day not knowing whether that was good or bad... I tried to keep it humid by spraying the plant in the mornings. It is planted on top of small gravel, so there should be well drainage.
I've found that I keep killing these type of plants that like good drainage. I've killed corsican mint too.
What should I do as of now? Should I leave my scleranthus uniflorus alone and let it dry out completely, or should I repot it, or should I water it more often? Any information on keeping ground covers alive will help me.
I seem to be doing fine with the baby tears and the blue star creeper. It's these other plants that require well drainage that's causing problems for me.
Any advice will help!!! Thank you!