Hi, my husband and I just moved to an older house (built in 1956) and there is a lot of existing landscaping and flowers including a fully xeriscaped front yard.
We moved in late July last year. I am still in the process of cleaning up and organizing the garden but there are some certain plants that appear to be dying that were healthy last July.
I have seen these before but I don't know what they are. Small cute mounds of grassy greenery with flowers that remind me of clover flowers.
The front yard has several mounds of this plant, exposed to full sun. One has died almost completely, another is almost dead and two more are starting to decay from the center. The remaining ones seem to be fine so far.
Does anyone know what could be causing it and what can be done to correct the issue or prevent it from happening to the remaining ones. I don't know how old the plants are but I am guessing 9 years or less because that is how long the previous owner was here and I think they are her handiwork not previous owners.
Update: I forgot to add the photo previously.
Thanks for your time.