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WANTED: looking for Hardy Ground cover in Zone 6B

Posted by plantlover49 6B (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 17, 13 at 11:32

I am Looking for Ground Cover, that Huge dogs can walk on & still be tough enough that they won't Die.
I have Brugmansia Clipping for trade, I can ship if the Temps stay at or above 40 degrees
or even wait until Spring but would like to Set the trade up

Elizabeth


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RE: WANTED: looking for Hardy Ground cover in Zone 6B

Lamium is good,.. forgot I was in the exchange section, thought it was just questions,
don;;t have any was info only.
Kathy

This post was edited by katbird on Mon, Nov 18, 13 at 9:12


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RE: WANTED: looking for Hardy Ground cover in Zone 6B

I have Bishop's Weed. Check it out online and see if it would work for you. I'm in zone 4/5 and it's hardy. I think it would take your animals, too. I've never tried that, though.
Heidi


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RE: WANTED: looking for Hardy Ground cover in Zone 6B

Golden moneywort. My newfs have been sleeping on mine for years. It even grown on concrete.


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RE: WANTED: looking for Hardy Ground cover in Zone 6B

Golden moneywort. My newfs have been sleeping on mine for years. It even grown on concrete.


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RE: WANTED: looking for Hardy Ground cover in Zone 6B

Thanks for all the replies, I do have moneywort Ground cover.
that's what's my next door neighbor's, have
they're newfs also, they are their Dogs, I am their Person.
my Moneywort is the Green with the yellow Blooms, if that works
they'll be so pleased

Elizabeth


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