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How should ground cover plants be obtained?

TASPO Gartenbaumagazin 7(7): 22-28

How should ground cover plants be obtained?

The use of ground cover plants is discussed with reference to the pros and cons of growing in monoculture or plant mixtures, the requirements of ground cover plants, the suitability of different plant groups and the development of ground cover planting.

Accession: 003162559

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