Hugo Morvan wrote:Would it help to shove leaves and debris under the newest outer pioniers and let it be?
Hugo Morvan wrote:Have you tried summer purslane? It can form thick layers as well. Hardly needs water and is super nutritious!
Hugo Morvan wrote:It sure would be nice if you could grow a nitrogen fixing shrub. Must be something on the island!
Hugo Morvan wrote:Thank you Neta. This looks like an interesting candidate for your project. A local clover called bituminaria bituminosa.
Nancy Reading wrote:Another advantage of living mulches, particularly succulents, in a mediterranean climate is that they would be less of a fire hazard than dead plant matter.
Hugo Morvan wrote:This looks like an interesting candidate for your project. A local clover called bituminaria bituminosa.
Hugo Morvan wrote:Did you check out if periwinkle grows that far south? Here it growth happily on south facing sun exposed slopes.