Grow A Living Mulch In Your Vegetable Garden
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“A living mulch, or cover crop, is a low-growing plant used in the vegetable garden as a mulch. It is usually referred to as a cover crop because that is exactly what it is doing – covering the ground. The cover crop is usually grown in between rows or around plantings. Using a living mulch is a form of companion planting where plants are grown together in order to benefit each plant.”
Are you ready to try a new method of mulching your garden? Living mulch is a fantastic way to conserve moisture in your soil, deter weeds from growing in your garden,and even add nutrients back into the ground. Read on to learn about growing cover crops.