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4 to 6 inches
Full sun to part shade
This pretty groundcover does not actually produce peanuts, but it does produce gold-colored flowers! Plus, it can be used as a turf replacement in the lawn!
Water Requirements: Tolerates range of water conditions, but it is best to let the soil dry out between waterings. Drought resistant.
Soil: Dry, sandy soil that is well-draining.
Growth Rate: Fast
Bloom Time: Summer
Pruning: Once established perennial peanut can be mowed.
Tips: Perennial Peanut is resistant to nematodes and common lawn diseases, and typically does not require fertilizer. This makes it a great alternative to grass for a lawn.
Features: Hardy, and super low-maintenance.
High Salt Tolerance
Fast Growth Rate
Part sun to part shade
1' or less, 2' – 4'