Gardening — Phyla Nodiflora Plant

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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Lawn Alternative Ground Covers That Save Water

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Lawn Alternative Ground Covers That Save Water

Ground Cover Used As Lawn Ground covers used as lawns like Kurapia, Frog Fruit and Phyla Nodiflora are becoming increasingly popular. These ground covers used as lawns have been introduced into the market by sod farms with relentless enthusiasm and confidence because of their groundbreaking benefits. Kurapia ground cover is a new hybrid made from the Phyla Nodiflora ground cover family, made sterile, stopping the invasive nature of this plants seed. Before the sterile hybrid Kurapia, many home owners new the native version of Phyla Nodiflora as Frog Fruit, Frogfruit, Turkey Tangler or Turkey Tangler Frog Fruit. Many names have been...

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