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the naked beekeeper 

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Hi all,

I'm looking for some recommendations of plants that can expand rapidly and hug the ground, so I don't have to weed constantly!
The plot is in the shade. Preferably they'd be good for bees too, but all suggestions welcome.

Thanks.
 

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E-mail this guy as he knows all there is to know about plants and plants for bees.


Andy Willis honeybees@waitrose.com

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the naked beekeeper 

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how big is the area involved small to medium i would cover in matting or fleece sheets or carpets and then cut small holes to plant the seedling through and then you have no weeds and can plant anything you want
Now that is an idea!! Why didn't I think of that!

Pete...you are an endless source of mechanical genius.

Thanks Bcrazy, I will drop him an email.
 

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