Thick, clumping boundary plants prevent grass paths creeping in to borders
Grass makes a cheap and durable path but will creep into borders if they’re not well established or don’t have dense growth.
As an extra barrier, I often line grass paths with clumping boundary plants to stop ‘Grass Creep’.
Here are some suggested plants:
Big Root Cranesbill varities recommended by Penlan Perennials:
- Geranium macrorrhizum ‘Bevans Variety’, 45cm tall, spread 1m. Evergreen, flowers May-October.
- G. macrorrhizum ‘Dreamland’, 50cm x 50cm, flowers May-September.
- G. macrorrhizum ‘Mavis Simpson’ 25cm x 90cm, evergreen.