For shady areas, under shrubs and trees. Zoysia tenuifolia grows very slowly to about 10cm in height making it ideal for alternative lawns or on slopes. Chamomile spreads quickly and can grow in direct sun or partial shade, making it an ideal candidate for nearly any lawn size or type. When the ground cover is planted under large trees, they reduce the mower’s damage to the root of the tree. Pros: Little to No Mowing – Let your chamomile run wild, or mow occasionally to keep the herb in check. We recommend using No Mow with Annual Rye Nurse Crop for No Mow Lawn applications on steep slopes or erosion-prone sites that require rapid soil stabilization. The 'No Mow' seed mix is the answer to planting a low care grass lawn in the cooler, medium rainfall areas of the upper Midwest, northeastern US and higher elevations of the Intermountain West. See more ideas about mowing, no mow grass, lawn alternatives. No Mow exhibits a fine-textured unmowed lawn creating a wavy dunes or meadow effect. Warm Season. Jan 24, 2014 - Explore Maritha Hindle's board "No mow grass" on Pinterest. I’m a Civil Engineer and for all of our roadway jobs we use love grass for slopes. The annual rye germinates quickly, within a few days after the first rainfall or watering event, and provides quick cover to help stabilize slopes. Location Versatility – Chamomile will grow on even the steepest slopes and in hard-to-manage areas. Planting Steep Slopes and Erosion Prone Sites with No Mow Lawn Seed Mix. A plush, velvety carpet of evergreen moss is a great alternative to grass, with no mowing and little to no watering needed for this drought resistant shade-lover. Grass Selection and Planting Techniques . If the site is in the dry, warm areas of the United States, buffalograss (Buchloe dactyloides) is a good choice. For hotter climates and more southern areas of the country, use the 'Low Work and Water' Seed Mix. No Mow grass on a steep slope in North West GA. The best grass for your site will vary depending on your location. Although it is often said that grass might seem to be the best ground cover plants for slopes, however mowing grass on a steep slope is often tricky and quite dangerous. The species has long roots, grows relatively slowly, requires less mowing than most grasses, and is drought tolerant. The variety is known under several names including Mascarene grass, Korean/Japanese velvet grass, Temple grass, No mow grass, Kourai grass and even Petting grass (as people like to touch it)! Title says it, but I’m northwest of Atlanta in Zone 7B right on the edge of the transition zone. No Mow Fine Fescue Blend combines the strengths of three fine fescue grasses for outstanding performance on both slope and shade areas. Recommendations? No Mow performs best in moderate shade conditions, but may be used in cooler climates with full sun. Another great thing about moss is that there are so many different varieties and styles of moss to choose from or …

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