Then, in my other searches I've seen smatterings of Dill, Acacia, Mulberry, Comfrey, Nasturtium, Iris and Clover with no real explanation as to why.
Especially eager to hear if other herbs would be appropriate as ground covering to mitigate the wrong kinds of insects or to assist in rich soil development. Would be great if these herbs can be used for food or medicinal purposes, but the real goal here is to augment the soil, improve water retention (can get a little dry in the heat of summer), etc.
I yam what I yam and that's all that I yam - the great philosopher Popeye. Tiny ad:
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