Ask a Question forum: Planting Groundcovers - Bare Root Cuttings or Rooted Cutting Flats?

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apo_lypse
May 10, 2016 1:19 AM CST
Hello everyone! I am new with groundcovers, actually new with DIY gardening. I've been trying to spend more of leisure time with this. Anyway, I was wondering which is best bare root cuttings or rooted cutting plants when it comes to planting groundcovers?

I am planning to get the Purple Leaf Wintercreeper, Euonymus Coloratus (http://www.plantityourself.com...). Any suggestions and recommendations would really be appreciated.

Thanks.
North Central TX (Zone 8a)
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tx_flower_child
Sep 26, 2016 2:29 PM CST
As to which is best bare root cuttings or rooted cutting plants, I could only guess. But I am responding to your question with a couple questions.
Why do you want to plant the wintercreeper? Strictly for a nice ground cover or to stop erosion on a slope or some other purpose?
and
Have you already planted it?

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