Indoor plants improve air quality and have a positive effect on our moods. So why wouldn't you want to grow a forest in your house?
We grew too fast and far away from the trees, it's time to bring them closer to us.
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🌱Green Ground Covers!
1. Safe for the environment : Doesn’t need nearly as much water as the conventional lawn. Also toxic herbicides + pesticides are usually used on lawns to keep the grass free of weeds - leading to water run off into streams + ocean. Ground covers can be a great alternative.
2. Saves Money : Low maintenance (less spending). Also can be used to help erosion - instead of adding in a brick wall/retaining wall, save money and use a ground cover!
3. Low Maintenance : Most ground covers requires little to no maintenance once it has been established. While some might require you to cut back, that is about as little as you may need to do.
4. Fills in gaps : Great for filling in gaps between stepping stones/tiles (and looks great!). They can also fill in the spaces under trees or in spots where grass doesn’t grow well because of lack of sun. There are many ground cover options that thrive in shaded places.
5. Keeps weeds at bay : Having ground cover fill in the spaces is the best natural weed prevention you can ask for!
Hi! We're grounded enterprises, this is the secret garden!🌻 ••
We are a group of local people, who give time to learning and sharing food growing skills. This is both therapeutic and productive and our desire is to see a lot more people using unused spaces to grow food. We want these spaces to assist in alleviating local poverty, improve emotional well-being and bring a connection to our food and people around us.
We want to feed our families, feed our friends, and feed our community💚