Our landscape assessment technicians regularly suggest and install a wide variety of options including ground cover that features attractive flowers, certain texture, and foliage color.  Other than turf, most will not tolerate foot traffic and thus are best planted in areas with infrequent traffic.

Ground covers provide transition between woody plants and turf, they are good as facer plants in front of woody shrubs, and they soften edges of hardscape such as sidewalks and driveways.  While many ground covers are low maintenance, that should not be considered “no maintenance”.  Spread, height, foliage texture and color, soil conditions, light and moisture must all be considerations when selecting a ground cover.

Let the professionals at LandVilla provide a ground cover strategy to meet your needs today.