ground covering - Knowledgebase Question

Lauderdale Lakes, Fl
Question by jahmeca
May 4, 2010
I lived closed to the beach the ground is all black sand some part has white sand most of the time it is very windy and blowing the sand, what can i plant for ground covering.


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Answer from NGA
May 4, 2010

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Native plants are always a best bet for conditions such as yours where the soil cannot be amended and the weather is harsh. Some native groundcovers to consider include Crossopetalum ilicifolium (Christmas berry), Distichlis spicata (Seashore saltgrass), Dyschoriste oblongifolia (Twinflower), Ernodea littoralis (Golden creeper) and Gaillardia pulchella (Blanket flower ). Hope these suggestions are helpful.

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