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6 Dependable Ground Covers for Warm Climates

Swap some lawn for these drought-tolerant clumping plants — and watch your maintenance efforts diminish while they easily grow Full Story
     Comment   June 14, 2014
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Here in my area of Zone 9b we have lots of deer. They don't seem interested in agapanthus nor society garlic, but are any of the other suggested plants deer resistant? I know deer will eat anything if they get hungry enough, but I'd like to have a fighting chance with my choice of plants. Thank you!
September 8, 2013 at 1:06pm     
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I just wanted to say a thank you for this article. It was the reason I chose bulbine as the edging in two places for my new front border. I put the orange along the front, facing the street and the yellow as the border on the sun side of the path. In between is mainly Xanadu Rhododendrons. My flower colors throughout are yellow and purple with a few whites and pinks, but I wanted something brighter for the approach to the house. Hence the orange. The pots were four bucks each and I divided each pot at least three and sometimes four times when planting so a serious bargain to boot! Now the wait for everything to fill in. In South Florida, that should be next week!
March 16, 2014 at 11:49am   
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