nobody at nowhere.com
Tue Jul 14 05:48:09 EST 1998
On 14 Jul 1998 04:55:05 GMT, moontanman at aol.com (Moontanman) wrote:
>Does anyone know if there are any ground pine species that grow in warm
>climates, seems I've read of one species that lives in florida. Can anyone
>confirm this? Can it be grown in a flower garden, maybe in the shade?
Ground pine, Lycopodium I believe, grows in the mountains of north
Georgia. It can be really impressive to find extensive floor coverage
with sometimes over an acre of forest floor carpeted.
I am not familiar with its suitability to cultivation.
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