Frog Fruit Ground Cover Plant

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Frog Fruit Ground Cover Plant

Welcome to Sod and Seed, Inc., your #1 Frog Fruit ground cover plant provider! Frog fruit ground cover plant has steadily gained popularity in the lawn and garden industry, and for good reason. Comparable to the Kurapia grass, frog fruit ground cover plant is significantly more drought tolerant, low maintenance, and weed resistant when compared to sod lawns. Our frog fruit ground cover plant comes in plug form only and can be planted with varying distances in between. With proper care (and heat!), your frog fruit plugs will fill in your lawn and provide a beautiful, practical frog fruit grass lawn cover that will take care of itself. 

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frog fruit ground cover plant

CLICK HERE to watch our Frog Fruit Ground Cover Plant Videos!

Drought Tolerant Frog Fruit Ground Cover Plant

Frog fruit ground cover plant saves 50% or more on watering, making it a best-seller in drought tolerant plant options for lawns. While the frog fruit ground cover plant will need a little extra water during the first few weeks to properly root and establish, you can expect to water your frog fruit ground cover significantly less than you would a traditional sod lawn. Depending on your location, it may even be possible for you to completely shut off your water during winter time, as Frog fruit ground cover plant is easily overwatered. It's almost as if the Frog fruit ground cover plant is TOO drought tolerant! Please also keep in in mind that our Frog fruit ground cover plant LOVES the sun, so make sure it has plenty of access to sunlight. 

 

Low Maintenance Frog Fruit Ground Cover Plant

In addition to requiring less watering than regular sod lawns, Frog fruit ground cover plant does NOT need to be mowed and in turn providing a low maintenance lawn. Mowing your Frog fruit ground cover lawn is optional for a variety of reasons but NOT necessary. Some folks mow their frog fruit ground cover lawn to avoid seasonal flowering between May - October. Others mow their Frog fruit ground cover lawn to create a more tightly knit aesthetic. However, mowing is not necessary for regular maintenance and overall health of your Frog fruit ground cover plant lawn. 

 

 

Weed Resistant Frog Fruit Ground Cover Plant

One fo the best things about a Frog fruit ground cover plant lawn is that it provides superb weed resistance. The main reason for this is that Frog fruit ground cover plant has a complex and robust rotting system, making it very difficult for weeds to penetrate. KNowing that weeds are unavoidable, a Frog fruit ground cover plant lawn can provide you with the peace of mind that you have one of the most weed resistant ground cover options available. 

 

 

How to Install Frog Fruit Ground Cover Plant Plugs

Installing Frog fruit ground cover plant plugs is much simpler than you might think! The preparation process is exactly the same as if you were going to install sod. Afterall, your Frog fruit ground cover plant plugs will eventually fill in to provide a full covered lawn.

How to Plant Frog Fruit Plant Plugs

The most common question we get is, "How far apart should I plant my frog fruit plugs?" or "How many frog fruit plugs do I need?" The answer is: it depends. You can plant your frog fruit ground cover plant plugs anywhere between 6" to 18" apart. The closer you plant your frog fruit plugs, the faster your lawn will fill in. PRO TIP: You do NOT need to plant Frog fruit ground cover plant plugs around the perimeter of your lawn because it creeps out, or grows laterally. 

CLICK HERE for our DIY Prep and Install Guide!

CLICK HERE for our DIY Prep and Install Guide!

Lawn Care for Frog Fruit Ground Cover Plant Lawn

Lawn care for a Frog fruit ground cover lawn is very simple. Most of the watering will be done during the warmer months. Avoid over-watering your Frog fruit ground cover plant lawn, it is a native plant that adapts to its environment. Depending on your regions seasonal climate, it's possible that in the winter time you may be able to completely shut off the watering for your Frog fruit ground cover plant lawn. Best of all, mowing is not necessary to provide proper lawn care for you Frog fruit ground cover plant lawn. 

 

 

Frog Fruit Ground Cover Plant Plugs

Thank you so much for joining us at Sod and Seed, Inc. to learn more about our Frog fruit ground cover plant! We ship frog fruit plugs year-round across the US. Please not that winter delivery timelines may extend due to seasonal weather. Give us a call at 1-800-381-863 for a free quote! We are open Monday - Saturday, 8 am - 5 pm and 8 am - 3 pm on Saturdays.

Frog Fruit Seed

Although our Frog fruit ground cover plant produces seed, it does not successfully grow from seed. Our Frog fruit ground cover plant will not be an invasive addition to your lawn or garden. 

Kurapia Seed

Kurapia ground cover is a patented product that is sterile, so Kurapia seed is not available. 


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