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91 " 98 days. Emerald Falls dichondra seeds are an efficient and simple grow ideal for many hot and dry gardens across the country. Emerald Falls seeds are quick to mature into hardy 2" tall creeping shrubs that trail out 24 " 36" wide perfect to cascade from hanging baskets, window boxes, and planters. Emerald Falls dichondra is popularly grown as an easy, low-effort perennial ground cover along walkways, fences, and around a leafy deciduous. Emerald Falls dichondra is so tolerant to insects and disease that many homes in the American Southwest have replaced their traditional grass lawns with a dichondra lawn. 100 multi-seed pellets.
Dichondra is commonly sown outdoors after the frost, but can be started indoors 6 " 8 weeks prior for healthier starts. Emerald Falls dichondra will germinate in 7 " 14 days with full lighting and can be transplanted either outside or in any number of hanging baskets, planters, and pots. Lightly press 1 Emerald Falls dichondra seeded-pellet into the soil without covering 24" apart in average, evenly moist, and well-drained soil in full sun to partial shade. Dichondra is known to be a very tolerant and adaptable ground cover resilient to many pests and diseases. Do not overwater since soggy soil will cause shallow roots and risk of being susceptible to diseases. Emerald Falls dichondra seeds mature in 91 " 98 days as a 2" tall creeping ground cover with a 24 " 36" spread of rounded trailing emerald green leaves.
Dichondra repens is native to New Zealand, Tasmania, and Australia"s woodlands and prairies where it is commonly known as Kidney Weed and Mercury Bay Weed. Recently, homeowners in the warmer stretches of the United States have replaced their traditional lawn with a dichondra lawn. The dichondra is mowed and trimmed just like grass so that the small leaves will grow back at a specific height. The plant"s specific name repens is translated from Latin to mean "“creeping".
2" tall creeping ground cover with a 24 " 36" spread of rounded trailing leaves
Average, evenly moist, well-drained
Full sun " Partial Shade
Sow Indoors or Outdoors:
Dichondra is commonly sown outdoors after the frost, but can be started indoors 6 " 8 weeks prior for healthier, fuller starts. Emerald Falls dichondra will germinate in 7 " 14 days with full lighting and can be transplanted either outside or in any number of hanging baskets, planters, and indoor pots.
Dichondra is known to be a very resilient and adaptable ground cover tolerant to many pests and diseases. Do not overwater, soggy soil will cause shallow roots and risk of being susceptible to diseases. Dichondra is so hardy that many homes, where it grows perennially, have torn up their traditional lawns and replaced it with what is simply known as a dichondra lawn.
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