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best ground cover for dog play area

 
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grass? permaculture is not keen on lawn but isn't it sometimes a practical option? anyone have another solution for a tough, evergreen ground cover???
 
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Yes permaculture is not a huge fan of lawns. Permaculture is not a big fan of monoculture. Maybe the better choice for your dog is more like a meadow. You have some different types of grasses, some weeds, throw in a shrub here and there.
 
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Wood chips, not mulch
 
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