cover plants

cover plants

Plants, usually low-growing, used to cover soil so as to prevent its erosion.
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Hardy perennial Geraniums are excellent ground cover plants that flower throughout summer, with bright colours framed by dark green foliage.
If you have slopes and soil erosion when it rains, the roots of ground cover plants will help hold it together.
If frost is forecast, cover plants on greenhouse staging with sheets of horticultural fleece, removing them in the morning ?
An alternative is permanent ground cover plants using slow-growing spreading species needing minimum maintenance.
They are great ground cover plants for shady, damp situations, spreading by means of creeping roots.
Gardeners should also use polyethylene sheets to cover plants against frost and sheets should not be placed directly on plants.
Remove any flowers which appear through the autumn, and for an extra early crop next year cover plants with a polythene cloche in March.
Our selection of ground cover plants are tenacious, fast growing creepers which will, when planted 35cm apart, produce a dense carpet of colour for many years with the added bonus of smothering weeds.
We gathered up blankets, sheets, towels--everything we could find to cover plants.
And when frost is forecast cover plants with newspaper at night.
Q I WANT some ideas for ground cover plants for an area of garden that is shady beneath a large tree.