@gardenfiend #baby’s tears makes an attractive and maintenance-free alternative to grass as ground cover in moist, shady areas. It will tolerate sun or shade. Frost hardy and will grow vigorously in spring.
@gardenfiend there are other alternatives like #Rupture Wort – Green Carpet
This plant is super tough and like a carpet can handle heavy foot traffic areas. The foliage is nice and green and turns bronze-red in the winter. And while it delivers tiny white blossoms, they are so small it won’t attract bees. And the added bonus it is just about as rugged as grass.
@gardenfiend there is also #Brass #Buttons
#Leptinella #Squalida is an excellent evergreen plant for paths and walkways. It is low growing and very easy to care. The feathery, fern like foliage would make you think it is fragile and delicate but in fact it is a very tough plant that can take light foot traffic pretty well. If you want a speedy coverage than Brass Buttons is one of the best choices.
@gardenfiend The one is have at home is still in a pot n i haven’t experienced it as lawn. Soon I will be able to experiment it once our land is ready and we can start growing our plants on its. So far I found some info that I have shared with you , hope it helps :)
@gardenfiend I’m in west of Victoria n it grows well here. Im pretty sure it will grow well in south of Adelaide too. I wish I could give you some to try n grow but im bit far. Today itself I saw it in Bunnings they are selling it. Try it n let me know if it works for you :)