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Best native ground cover for southern Indiana

Posted by sandral z5 IN-USA (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 27, 09 at 9:17

Hi - I have a very steep bank, 14' x 200', to cover. What would be your recommendation. Also, it needs to be hardy and fast growing. thanks, Sandra

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RE: Best native ground cover for southern Indiana

Sun or shade? For shade or part shade, I'd consider partridgeberry, wild ginger or downy phlox. For sun, waldstenia (barren strawberry) or kinninkinnick.

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