Thursday, June 5, 2014
NJ Landscape Company Discusses Low-Maintenance Turf Grass Alternatives
Who said that ground cover has to be green? If you want a splash of color on your lawn, you can plant elfin thyme instead. This variant of the oft-used spice grows into a solid mat of green leaves punctuated by light pink flowers in the summer. Elfin thyme is also very drought-resistant and holds up surprisingly well to foot traffic. There are many more options you can choose from, and a renowned contractor can utilize hassle-free groundcovers when they landscape your NJ lawn. Not only will your yard look great, you’ll feel great about it, too.