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GREENSE
Fort Worth, TX

September 26, 2007
5:20 PM

Post #4019507

Can anyone suggest a tough groundcover for the Fort Worth area that likes to have wet feet most of the time? I have an area in my front yard that stays damp/muddy most of the time...Thanks!
ecrane3
Dublin, CA
(Zone 9a)

September 26, 2007
6:37 PM

Post #4019769

You'll probably have better luck getting an answer for this in the Texas Gardening forum, or possibly the Perennials forum.

LazLo

LazLo
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

September 26, 2007
9:27 PM

Post #4020335

GREENSE - - i have found that variegated wandering jew is a terrific ground cover plant . . . will love the moisture - likes partial shade best but will also take off in full sun.


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