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Habiturf

Full sun. A native turf mix (\”The Ecological Lawn\”) consisting of a mix of buffalo grass, blue grama and curly mesquite; it establishes quickly (in about one month) requires little [...]

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Croton

Sun. A humble annual croton with silvery-yellow, fragrant leaves. The flowers are tiny. Ubiquitous in the rocky limestone of the Edwards Plateau and sandy soils, it forms a wild groundcover in [...]

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Blue Grama

Sun. A short 4\” bunchgrass with thin leaves and a plush texture. The large seedheads may extend up to a foot or more in autumn, suspended horizontally from the stems.\n\nFully grown blue [...]

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Carpet Bugleweed

Full (or at least partial) shade. Evergreen, with spikes of blue flowers in summer. A dense, fast-spreading purple groundcover spreading by runners, frequently used as an informal shade [...]

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Horseherb

Shade or sun. Deciduous, forming a soft mat-like groundcover that often outperforms turfgrass in shade, with the bonus of prolific yellow blooms during the warm season. Many lawns on the north [...]

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Buffalo Grass

Sun (not shade). A native grass used as turf; the blue-green color and delicate white seed heads make a soft, plush lawn. Buffalograss is suitable for lawns without much foot traffic, but its [...]

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Bermuda Grass

Full sun; will go dormant (brown) during winter and during hot summers. An easy turfgrass to grow, it can be established by sod or by seed. However, plan on regular maintenance to keep it [...]

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Clover Fern

Sun or shade. A delicate-looking, clover-like fern that forms spreading mats up to 8 inches tall. It makes a nice informal groundcover especially in poorly drained or shady situations or along [...]

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Frogfruit

Sun/part shade; semi-evergreen; a low-growing, low-maintenance groundcover that spreads quickly, mixes freely with grasses, and clambers over baskets and walls. The verbena flowers resemble [...]

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