Arthur Angaran wrote:Hi, Without knowing about the type of property you have (city lot, country lot, acres etc...) it might be difficult for people to suggest something. I have a rye grass that grows to about 1 foot tall for a field grass.
Michael Moreken wrote: It was beautiful about 16 inches high. Then 'motel' the neighborhood dog laid down right in the middle of the patch, and flattened most of it!
TN, Zone 7B.... no-mow perennial cover
Toko Aakster wrote:
so! Here are my suggestions for 'plants you can walk on, and also generally seem to cap out their height mid-shin or lower'
Erica Colmenares wrote:
... I'd like to put in a no-mow perennial cover...
James Freyr wrote:May I suggest looking into sub clover. It is very low growing, forms a thick mat and spreads by stolons.
Douglas Alpenstock wrote:I keep hearing about a low growing microclover that is a low/no mow lawn substitute. I don't know a source for seed though.
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