On many commercial properties in Texas, especially those with abundant shade, it's common to find groundcover plants as they provide curb appeal while requiring less maintenance than other plants. However, groundcover plants can be a negative addition to your commercial property if they're planted in the wrong area. In today's LMC blog post, we look at some of the pros and cons of groundcover plants and what might work best your property.
One of the most important aspects of creating a new or redoing a landscape is choosing the right plant or tree and putting it in the right place. Factoring in the soil, available water sources, and the extreme temperatures of the area are very important for creating a lasting environment for your plant or tree. Hiring a certified arborist or landscape professional will help you make right choices to ensure a healthy, vibrant landscape garden for years to come.