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Ground Cover

Ground covers can be used on steep or rocky slopes where mowing is not feasible. Once ground covers are well established they help stabilize the soil, reducing both wind and water erosion, reduce storm water runoff, filter pollutants from the air and produce oxygen, moderate temperature changes, improve aesthetic values and increase property values. In addition, ground covers can provide stabilization in areas which are heavily shaded.

Mau’uaki’aki

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Mau’uaki’aki

~ Mau’u ‘aki’aki  ~ Native Petite native Hawaiian sedge, is cute in the garden, attractive among boulders, or container gardens. This native sedge forms short, rounded tufts up to 10 inches high. It has light green foliage with narrow, stiff, erect blades. When flowering, a cluster of brown spike lets form on a taller stem that rises slightly above the rest of the plant.  You must touch mau’u’aki’aki to get the full effect. Mau’u’aki’aki is strong and can tolerate the most harsh environments, including blazing sun, wind, salt and drought.

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Vetiver Grass (photo shows newly planted)

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False Heather

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Variegated Rhoeo or Oyster Plant

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~Rhoeo Oyster Plant

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Regular Mondo Grass

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~Mondo Grass

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Pohinahina

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Pink Asystasia

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Pink Asystasia

~Pink Asystasia

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Peterpan Agapanthus

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~Peterpan Agapanthus

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Variegated Liriope

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~Variegated Liriope

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Walking Iris

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~Walking Iris Neomarica gracilis Commonly called walking iris or Apostle plant. After flowering, a new plant starts to form on the end of the flower stalk. The weight of the developing plant causes the stalk to bend over and touch the ground, where the plantlet will take root. This is were it gets it name walking iris as it walks through the landscape. This happens only if the environment is just right and is a slow process.

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Dwarf Mondograss

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Dwarf Mondograss

~Dwarf Mondo Grass

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Orange Bulbine

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Orange Bulbine

~Bulbine Orange Stalked Bulbine, bulbine frutescens. A succulent ground-cover, has narrow fleshy bright green foot-long leaves, arranged in opposite rows to form open rosettes and spreads by rhizomes to create 2 to 3 foot wide clumps. Orange flowers are 6-petaled and star-like with frilly yellow stamens atop long stalks that rise above the foliage and bloom all year. No known pest problems. Plant in full sun to light shade in well-drained soil, provide occasional to very little irrigation. Evergreen and hardy. Looks much like a low shrub, makes this a well rounded landscape plant! Evergreen,...

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