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Rosmarinus officinalis 'Prostratus'

Reasons to plant herbs as groundcovers (pictured: Rosmarinus officinalis 'Prostratus'). Lists suggested plants.

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How to Plant Creeping Phlox for Ground Cover

“Emerald Blue” creeping phlox (Phlox subulata “Emerald Blue”) greets each growing season with profusions of lavender star-shaped blooms in April or May.

Grow lemongrass in the herb garden.

Growing Lemongrass in Your Herb Garden for Flavor

Lemongrass is easy to grow and pretty, too. Growing lemongrass in your own garden means you'll have it on hand when recipes call for this herb.

We all like to get free plants. And self-seeders produce new plants for us every year. They are ideal if you want a fuss-free garden,

Common Poppies are self-seeding and can spread dramatically! It likes full son but will grow in most soil types.

Repurpose items for a "green" planter....maybe use as an inspiration for the fruit trees.   Visit us at www.millenniumwasteinc.com to learn more about the services we offer!

Great idea to turn a dresser into a planter box or container garden! Just cut a hole in the top to plant your veggies or flowers in the top drawers, and then open the middle and bottom drawers so that they’re staggered for more planting space.

Herbs are masters at adapting to a variety of soils and reproduce all by themselves. As living mulches, they’re rivaled by none.

5 Reasons to Plant Herbal Groundcovers

Consider herbs over mulch this year! Low-maintenance herbal groundcovers are mulches that eliminate weeding, prevent soil erosion, insulate in winter and retain water in summer.

La belleza de las hortensias en tu jardín y hogar

La belleza de las hortensias en tu jardín y hogar

hydrangeas line garden path through gate, adding anticipation to the path's sense of movement.

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