|09-05-2014 01:42 AM|
|WirelessG||Thanks, all. And for the record, y'all got handsome fellas/ladies!|
|09-04-2014 09:25 PM|
|09-03-2014 11:47 PM|
|Nigel||I've never tried it, but I've been hearing people using clover as a ground cover.|
|09-03-2014 10:23 PM|
|Juliem24||I've used pea gravel with great success, and another member suggested river rock in a similar thread.|
|09-03-2014 09:55 PM|
Thanks, Mary Beth. I was thinking about mulch too, but I think my dog will eat it. Maybe some sort of outdoor carpet.
PS - good looking GSD you got there!
|08-30-2014 09:18 PM|
|Mary Beth||I have that trouble by the back gate. I put down some cedar mulch and that helped. What really worked better were pine needles. I raked some over the spot and it did keep the the area covered.|
|08-29-2014 09:30 PM|
I've relocated to Canada for a year, the yard is very small and the trees block out sunlight such that the grass is almost nonexistent. I expect that this winter, the backyard will be muddy. I was thinking about putting down gravel or some sort of geofabric. Anyone else run into this sort of thing and have any advise? Thanks.