Groundcovers for Dry Shade
Season 19 Episode 7 | 26m 46s
Tom Spencer and Michelle Pfluger from Green 'n Growing in Pflugerville select drought-tough groundcovers to replace grass or fill in shady spots to attract wildlife. On tour, visit a healing garden. Daphne explains why to firm soil around new plants, but why not to compact or till it otherwise. Merrideth Jiles from The Great Outdoors picks drought and hard freeze survivors.
Aired: 11/17/12Video has closed captioning.
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