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What plant would be suitable to cover a 'grass snake' in a primary school, but we would like to choose something other than grass, so that the snake stands out on the hillside. Children would be walking and sitting on the snake. Thank you, Sandy



Chamomile will take a certain amount of walking on - in ?tudor or elizabethan times they used to have small areas of chamomile lawn or even a chamomile seat. I believe Buckfast Abbey in Devon is a current example of this sort of use for chamomile.
I suppose it really depends on how many children and how much walking and sitting on - even grass will suffer from excessive wear.

14 Jun, 2010


Thank you xx

16 Jun, 2010

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