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Old 12-03-2013, 07:12 PM   #5
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I agree with recurve on the paths - otherwise, you may not be able to find your paths very clearly if they are growing a variety of plants.
That is why, I guess I envisioned something that is a bit more "grass like" that could be used to define the paths, but native in case it ends up growing into the meadow.

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Partridgeberry is a nice, low-growing native groundcover. I think it grows up there.
I'm sure I could find some areas where partridgeberry would be appropriate. Thanks for the suggestion.
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