Originally Posted by Tri-City Outdoors
We have been pushing ground covers this year. We do have approval to plant peanuts in the spring. In a common area in a HOA. Mainly to prevent erosion. Recently we have been producing A native (purple powder puff). We did a front yard on one of our rental this year so far so good.
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I am raising Sunshine Mimosa (Purple Powder Puff) also. See my first post. Mimosa will propagate from seed. I am going for seed production because the cost of establishing Mimosa by seed is very economical compared to establishing Perennial Peanuts by vegetation. Mimosa also spreads quicker than Peanuts.
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