Landscaping Suggestion - Knowledgebase Question

Frederick, Ma
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Question by edubose
May 18, 2009
We are in the process of replacing our front lawn landscape. Our junipers died and our landscaping lumber is bad. We remove all and want to replace with something low maintance. What would be the best ground cover and mulch to use?

Answer from NGA
May 18, 2009
Ajuga (carpet bugle), Bearberry (Arctostaphylos), or Euonymus fortunei 'Coloratus'
Purple Wintercreeper would be good choices for your gardening region. I always lean toward organic mulches. Shredded or chipped bark, shredded cypress or even deep layers of compost are all good mulch materials. Enjoy your landscape!

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