Plant Sesuvium portulacastrum, a florida native that is edible and very D tolerant. ... Re: [pfaf] groundcovers for hot and sunny spots in Florida Plant
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, Jan 9, 2006
Re: [pfaf] groundcovers for hot and sunny spots in FloridaPlant Sesuvium portulacastrum, a florida native that is edible and very D tolerant.
On 1/9/06 5:05 PM, "d pfalzer" <d_pfalzer@...> wrote:
I am a long time lurker on this list who lives in
Tampa, Florida. I am looking for a groundcover
(hopefully an edible/useful one) to plant around my
prickly pear in my front yard. Hopefully it would
love hot sunny, not want watering, and grow no more
than 3-6" high.
I have been considering Bearberry for this, which the
Raintree Nursery catalog says will grow to Zone 10,
likes full sun and is drought tolerant, but many other
sources say that it is an arctic plant... very
Any advice on this would be appreciated.
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