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California Phyla Nodiflora Native Ground Cover

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California Phyla Nodiflora Native Ground Cover

California Phyla Nodiflora Native Ground Cover Month Long Growth of California Phyla Nodiflora Hello everyone, this is Razy from Sod and Seed, and this quick video blog is to showcase the growth of the Native Lippia (or Frog Fruit, or Turkey Tangle Frog Fruit, or Phyla Nodiflora, it goes by many names). We’ll go ahead and show some pictures of the growth you can expect in about a month. Phyla Nodiflora Drought Tolerant Ground Cover Alrighty everyone, so this is the area where the native Lippia (or Frog Fruit or Turkey Tangle or Phyla Nodiflora) was planted on June 1st...

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What is Phyla Nodiflora

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What is Phyla Nodiflora

What is a Phyla Nodiflora lawn Phyla Nodiflora lawns are areas that are covered with the Phyla Nodiflora or common lippia plant. Common lippia or Phyla Nodiflora was a popular lawn alterantive in the past when grass seed was limited over 100 years ago. Phyla Nodiflora lawns are created from plugs and are best installed during the warm season to promote fast growth. Pictured above is a public walkway in Berkeley California   What is a Frog Fruit Lawn Frog fruit is a nickname for the plant Phyla Nodiflora, along with Texas frog fruit and turkey tangler. Due to Phyla...

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Lawn Alternatives You Never Mow

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Lawn Alternatives You Never Mow

Never Mow With Frog Fruit Ground Cover Never Mow again with this California Native plant Phyla Nodiflora or commonly known as Frog Fruit. Lippia plants enjoy full sun and can handle sunny and shady areas, Frog Fruit works perfectly as a lawn alterative needing less water  while being able to be used in the same area former grass lawn was in. Pictured Above Phyla Nodiflora repairing after 2 months of no water. Pictured above is Kurapia and frog fruit during the winter Half The Grass Water Use - Frog Fruit Cut your watering in half with Phyla Nodiflora or frog...

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Frog Fruit As A Lawn Alternative

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Frog Fruit As A Lawn Alternative

Frog Fruit Lawn Phyla Nodiflora commonly known as frog fruit in recent years has come back in popularity. Lippia ground cover plants such as frog fruit do exceedingly well in direct sun and hot climates due to the plant Phyla Nodifloras bermudagrass like structure and deep roots. Half the water of traditional grass lawn with no regular mowing needed. Below is  Picture of a frog fruit plug spreading to make a lawn. Never Mow Lawn Phyla Nodiflora Yes you heard that correct. save the cost of water and the cost of mowing with Phyla Nodiflora frog fruit. Lippia ground covers...

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Lippia The Drought Resistant Ground Cover

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Lippia The Drought Resistant Ground Cover

Lippia Ground Cover Lippia ground cover has been popular many times in the past. Lippia ground cover now known as frog fruit, turkey tangler, or its scientific name Phlya Nodiflora is a perennial ground cover that provides superior drought resistance when compared to grass lawns. Originally Phyla Nodiflora or lippia ground cover was most popular around 1925 when grass was still new to America as a lawn. After the war and major building after the war the market was driven towards a easier option which is what we find in most homes today, sod. California Native Lippia Ground Cover California...

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