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Re: Groundcovers


with emphasis on moving out into other areas IT want
to go.  What a mess!  Just try to get rid of it!

Jerry
--- SECK138@aol.com wrote:
> Pachysandra is a relatively non invasive ground
> cover.  It has thick white 
> roots near the top that are easily dug up.  Once it
> gets established it will 
> increase and move out into other areas but I just
> dig it back to where I want 
> it and do not consider it to be a problem. 
> Pachysandra wants to be kept 
> moist so I leave leaves packed down in the leaves. 
> You don't even see them.  
> There are other ground covers like lamium that are a
> nuisance.  Good luck 
> Chris  
>
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