I love horseherb, but I’m a bit leery about recommending it to clients. NOT planted but bobs up wherever gardeners have/had lawns, even just nearby! This is awesome!! Meadow herb mixture for horses. I can honestly say it was breathtaking. This concern is that my neighbors may not appreciate it spreading to their lawns. I want to plant Horseherb in my back yard since nothing grows there except the oak trees but I have a concern. horse-fitform.de. I moved to tx & don’t want any thing to now). $17.00 $ 17. It only needs water in the worst of droughts, and it loves shade and sun. So I’d start small while we’re in a drought, though you might be getting more rain up there now than we are. Horseherb can spread to areas where some don’t want it, but so can any other number of weeds. I’m a new homeowner and we’ve been upset our back yard is mostly weeds. It does spread easily, but it’s telling us something, too — that we don’t need turf grass when horseherb is free, willing to grow, and doesn’t take much attention from us. Augustine mix or other more-thirsty groundcovers. Johnsons Lawn Seed; EUROFLOR; Johnsons Sports Seed; Johnsons FR; Masterline FR; Top Green FR; Seed Research of Oregon; La Maison des Gazons; Oliver Seeds; Jensen Seeds; MariboHilleshög; Danespo ; Frontpage; Horse Herb Grazing Mix HORSE HERB GRAZING MIX A DIVERSE RANGE OF SPECIES TO ENHANCE PALATABILITY AND GRAZING INTEREST. I understand your concern about snakes — horseherb definitely grows tall enough to give them cover, but I’ve found that snakes will be anywhere they choose to be, and its always a surprise. The other nice thing about horse herb is that it doesn’t compete with the trees for water the way non-native grasses do so you don’t have to mulch around your trees and everybody stays happy. * * Horseherb is now being sold at a few nurseries around San Antonio. It will target annual and perennial broadleaf weeds and grasses including clover and dollarweed and many other. Pam, I honestly don’t know how I would feel if I had a different kind of yard plan in mind. Nice pics! I can’t imagine walking on it…maybe it’s the lizard (or snake) thing. Wow that field horseherb is stunning! I haven’t seen it as seed, but you might get lucky with an Internet search. I agree completely on the St. Augustine issue. This sounds like a great solution. - City-Data Forum, 10 Unexpected Benefits of Having a Snake Loose in Your Car. Count me in as a convert and fan of horse herb. I have only horse herb in my backyard it has been here for many years and is nearly 2 feet thick in some areas it seeds are everywhere. I’d love to have that for a lawn of green with bonus flowers. 4.6 out of 5 stars 47. I hope that helps! Once the roots are established it will come back bigger and better than ever. Although it may fade a bit during summer scorch (July-Sept) it bursts back to life after the first significant rainfall. Two downsides of using Horseherb as a “lawn” ground cover are, 1) it needs trimming along the edges to prevent weediness into the garden, and 2) it’s not evergreen. Bit by bit I’m actually removing mine from the front yard because I finally settled on the look I wanted — I’m using Cedar Sedge to create a rolling turf. Horses, wild flower and herb rich meadows, and buttercups . I can understand that. .hide-if-no-js { I’ve been seeing this pretty little groundcover every since we came to Belton 9 years ago, and I’m finally going to try transplanting some into my yard, after spending too much money and time planting and watering shade-tolerant St. Augustine which still won’t grow. 90 $39.95 $39.95. But as bonus, horseherb also attracts small butterflies, including sulfurs and skippers. Came in to say thank you for the congrats. Some people who have traditional American lawns consider horseherb a weed, but it can make a gorgeous native groundcover for those who let it grow. In the full-sun front yard, it got crispy and brown this summer but is coming back like crazy now. Do you think this will grow in full sun in East Texas? ( I sold my lawn mower when. But I do keep my eye on it — I don’t want it to overrun the garden plants. But two years ago the deer came and had a feast, nibbling it clear to the ground. Many lawns on the north side are composed entirely of horseherb, the grass having faded long ago. Lovely – but can see why it could be a problem. I have been encouraging it for the past 5 years. Here’s a “weed” story: in Austin it’s called dollarweed and people want it gone. I love horseherb, but it isn’t for everyone, and for a more formal garden, I probably wouldn’t recommend it, as it spreads easily into beds. I would love to have a pretty green ground cover that did not require huge amounts of water, but I fear that if I planted this, it would spread to my neighbors yards. }. I don’t cut it, only the remaining St. Augustine that surrounds it, and I’ll be happy to let it take over my front yard. For a while, it was key to us controlling the St. Augustine in the front, but now we’re planning our pathways and I’ve got a wonderful Cedar sedge spread going, along with the perennial and annual beds. In that case, I’d probably call it a weed, too, if it were spreading like crazy and didn’t belong there! leaves and heads: head--the heads of Calyptocarpus vialis are some of the smallest that have both disk and ray flowers! Ours stays in place with the horse herb and looks beautiful and lush. I don’t think we have that up here in New England. I’m worried that it may be too invasive and would harm the trees, but can’t figure out anything else that’s shade tolerant…. It’s a favorite of mine, but I don’t grow it as a groundcover but rather a blooming feature in my garden. . But for now I prefer to embrace its desire to spread. I never installed a lawn at my house, so it doesn’t matter to me where it grows. We have a fairly steep slope that is difficult (impossible) to mow or weed eat. Some gardeners are going to shout out an absolute yes to that question. where can you buy this? But my first glimpse at a field of horseherb was in the Wells Branch area, walking along the trails (I’m not sure Wells Branch planted it, mind you, given that their creek area is overrun with Chinaberry trees and poison ivy; I suspect that the horseherb just made a home there). Actually, the caterpillars themselves are important food sources, especially for birds. $37.90 $ 37. Perhaps a barrier of low perennials or a rock wall of sorts? Although it’s used as a deciduous ground cover in woodland settings occasionally, horseherb can quickly invade where it isn’t wanted. … YAHEETECH Wooden Raised/Elevated Garden Bed Planter Box Kit for Vegetable/Flower/Herb Outdoor Gardening Natural Wood, 49 x 23.2 x 30.1in 4.5 out of 5 stars 367 $86.99 $ 86 . It’s pretty hardy, Karen. They mow it here and the stuff pops right back within a day, complete with the little yellow flowers. go native! It’s definitely under-appreciated, Deanna. I never planted horseherb, but between it and Bermuda Grass, I can’t help but choose it over the other, my nemesis. I think we’re talking about two different plants, but the scenario sounds similar. I’m in southern Kansas. Plan to transplant more asap. Not to mention that I have a decomposed-granite walkway that I’d also like to protect – though I’m sure seeds will still be an issue. I let it invade an increasingly shady area under a rapidly growing oak. Mine is only an inch or two. Our Southwest Desert horse pasture blend is specifically designed to withstand the hot, dry climate of southeastern California, southern Nevada, Arizona and southwestern New Mexico. Monument 75WG Herbicide. Hello Meredith…I just planted 6 plants…3 in the front and 3 in the back. It doesn’t look like it is native to CA, which means that it could become an out-of-control non-native weed in your area or eventually even across the state — I’m sure you wouldn’t want that kind of result! In a wildflower field, I have to imagine that it would be another competitor, but it’s going to depend on the goals you have for your yard or area. Diverse flower rich grassland offers grazing animals a naturally healthy and balanced mixed diet which is much closer to the ancient natural grassland these animals evolved to eat. Planting an herb garden is a great way to share the joy of gardening with your horse. IT IS NOT DEAD! I live in arizona please be aware horse herb can be an irritant to some dogs. I certainly never water mine, either, Kevin. I wouldn’t grow it in California. But as a lawn alternative, I do like it, particularly if you have enough moisture to keep it consistently visible. Since I am not that familiar with it, I can’t give you a great opinion, but I would rather have that lovely ground cover than scraggly grass, which is what I have. I’m in Austin, too. It looks great. I have it all over in my backyard. Horses left in pastures where herbs grow wild will pick and choose the ones their bodies instinctively know they need. Well tomake a long story short …this plant has invaded my yard and it looks absolutely beautiful! Within a day or 2 it looked very sad. Anything growing were you don’t want it is a weed. It’s common in any suburban landscape, especially in shaded grass around live oaks. Yes, it is invasive, but no more so then anything else and at least it is pretty. Very interesting, Jason — I’ve never heard of it being an occasional irritant. It will grow right out over the sidewalk giving a soft natural look rather than the usual harsh straight line edge most people give their lawns. We Think You'll Really Dig It. My other neighbor, on the other hand, has lots of horseherb, and it looks lovely. Your email address will not be published. At least half my lawn is horseherb. It looks very verdant and covers up the brown spots well… sometimes a little too well, as you can’t always see what you’re stepping on. If it gets into St. Augustine it will definitely kill it as it gradually takes over. Hi, Marlene. Where can I get seed for Horseherb?? Walked by the tiny patch today merely to pick up a well thrown newspaper. we have some on our side yard and I LOVE It. So my question is what could this hearty little ground cover be?…Are there different varieties of this plant? If this plant can take some foot traffic, why not have it as an alternative to the water thirsty grass lawns? Hi, Ashlyn. But ask around — if it grows locally, you might be able to find someone willing to give you a few from their yard. It pulls up easily if it comes up where not wanted and will grow in between stepping stones. Keep us posted. I think I got mine at North Haven Gardens. Of course, I know there are still plenty of Bermuda seeds biding their time in the soil. Our team of rangeland experts have designed a horse pasture seed mix for every region of the United States. I love that the flowers support pollinators. My chickens eat only a little — they are too busy catching bugs and finding other greenery (like my veggie garden) to nibble on! I might add, because we live in a rural area where copperhead snakes are a problem…we cannot walk in any ground cover where you cannot see where you are stepping. Sounds like a good lawn substitute to me. Specialist mixture that provides a diverse … We do mow it in spring or if we’re having a vigorous growing summer (not often in Austin) and otherwise we let it go and it keeps our topsoil from eroding. Where horseherb exists in my yard, the Bermuda grass no longer dominates — in fact it’s not visible at all. It was until recently, very green and I like the cute yellow flowers. Plus I don’t feel like watering it or paying the water bills for grass. Some of our local nurseries carry it from time to time, but often there are people willing to just give it away — it’s still considered a weed by many folks. Surprise! Great pics! The glycoside and saponin constituents are considered toxic. We mow it down because it’s mixed in with various wild grasses. One area at a time will keep things manageable. Renee. Many reasons to give it a chance. What would you choose: spotty grass or spreading horseherb? But as bonus, horseherb also attracts small butterflies, including sulfurs and skippers. Your best bet is to start with your local nurseries or to check with neighbors who might have it growing naturally on their property — it’s easy to transplant. I reluctantly admit that I’m not really a fan, but I can certainly see why you would prefer it to a Bermuda/St. FREE Shipping. I am going to attempt to transplant the horseherb into this bed. Perhaps in the fall you can transplant a few horseherb plants to the areas where it died away. the people said “a weed”. THAT is what that’s called!! After last year, never thought I would complaint about rain, but I'm ready for a few dry days!! I rarely see caterpillars on them, honestly. Love it, in your yard. But because it reseeds easily, I’m certain it would grow back just fine. how do I get my horseherb back? FREE Shipping by Amazon . The husband has started complaining about how it's taking over the flower bed...the flower bed which is currently full of seeding parsley. This blend contains grasses and legumes that are both nutrient-dense and palatable, and will tolerate the heavy grazing common of horses. I’m in Denton, TX and I have several spots where nothing will grow and now the dirt is dry and beat down to something that resembles concrete! Just another way that it a plant with a love-or-hate history! Live in Austin and Heatwave of 2011, I let the St Augustine grass dry and die out. As I always say, once you see a beautiful field of horseherb, you realize this is no “weed” but a worthy garden choice. I love my buffalograss in the back, but it too is losing to the weeds, and in the drought, the buffalograss was dead most of the time, so I didn’t end up loving it as much as I wanted to – I loved it when I could see it. In fact, one of the characteristics of this plant is that it supposedly doesn’t do well in areas that have heavy leaves that take a long time to decompose. As for the grass, your best bet is to dig it out or try some method of sheet mulching or solarization. I’m not sure what to tell you, Patty — I think it depends on the neighborhood you live in. Martin, glad to hear you enjoy horseherb, too. I apologize for the delay in responding — I was on vacation with the kiddoes. I paid to have a below ground concrete barrier installed. The few times it’s encroached on a flower bed, it was easy to yank out and keep away with mulch. Return to Image Archive of Central Texas Plants. I never water the horse herb- the rain that we have gotten this year has been quite enough to keep me mowing it nearly every week to week and a half. Lawn & Patio $67.09 $ 67. Hmm, maybe your picture of the horseherb field at Hornsby Bend will change my mind. Like this in between all. Horse Love. E-mail me at meredith @ greatstems . Hi, But because we don’t water, our horseherb never reaches that height, and we’d probably give it a haircut before it grew that tall, if it tried. I’ve never seen this plant before — I think I’d love it and leave it. Hi, Kathy — I think horseherb will be happy to come back once the conditions are right. I believe it does grow in Florida, Camila — according to the Wildflower Center’s database. I think communication is the best thing — maybe your neighbors will be interested in it for their yard, too. That was a very interesting post. leaf undersides--what kind of leaf shape and margin are present? never heard of this plant though. But I don’t know that there’s a CA native Dichondra, is there? How did yours do during this harsh winter we had this pas winter? As for Wedelia, I grow mainly Zexmenia, which is considered a small shrub. I’d love to see it replace Asian jasmine, as well — now THAT is a plant that will take over a garden bed and yard. This season it is in one of the flower beds and I like it. It will look best if it gets water from time to time, so don’t expect it to look great during the summer if you don’t get a little rain or water a bit. Chris Deziel How to Start a Lawn Sprinkler System in Spring. I imagine St. Augustine grows well in Houston — here in Austin, it requires regular and costly watering in order to grow well, and that makes horseherb a reasonable alternative for many. Wow! I’m excited to see it spreading nicely in the areas of my backyard that I wanted it to. - City-Data Forum. Give it time and it will spread on its own, but you’ll need to let it get big enough to reseed or to get new roots going from runners. Wouldn’t be hardy up here, I bet. Alas, I don’t know how deep they go. However, horseherb (Calyptocarpus vialis) is native here in Texas, as is some Dichondra. I had a beautiful yard of horseherb but 2 years of drought and forbidden watering almost killed it and some kind of wild grass has taken over in parts. It can be hard to break away from the mindset of “pristine lawn.” Perhaps if you had a controlled patch and kept everything else looking nice, it might appeal to others. I don’t think we have it in Europe (???) Meredith O'Reilly happily gardens for wildlife in Austin, TX. “Once upon a golden hour, I was thinking about doing the decomposed granite with stepping stones and rocks. Horsetail is a perennial, flowerless weed that can be very toxic to animals, especially horses, if eaten in large amounts. It took us 7+ years, but we no longer have any grass lawn and do not own a lawnmower. It’s an eco-friendly solution to having a lawn without having to resort to heavy chemicals or fertilizers or ridiculous amounts of water to sustain it. Excellent photos Meredith. I think the Bordered Patch butterflies prefer to lay eggs on sunflowers, with horseherb — at least in my garden, that’s how it is. If I switch over, I’d like to place a barrier around my property to protect my neighbors,and if I can do it with cheap and low-profile plastic pound-in sections, rather than concrete, that’d be a great selling point. Thanks for letting me know, Paul. I’d love to get some seed or plants for my property. I’m glad to hear that mammals like it! . I’m looking for a ground cover my my yrd in FL. I don’t think it grows here in New York though. Can you plant other stuff, like bulbs, in a field of horse herb? That has helped prevent the crawl in the yard but it still gets in my flower beds and it is really really difficult to kill. I decided to let it take over the lawn and it is now growing all over the place – with almost NO watering. Soft on the feet of little children, yet hardy enough to withstand the misery of drought. So I use this not-so-bad-of-a-boy for that job. I can imagine how pretty a field of this might be, especially with the butterflies. What a nice surprise, plus I love the little yellow flowers that appeared after a brief rain shower. You are absolutely correct, it is purslane. But I do regret having Bermuda and St. Augustine (not that I planted it; that was the previous owners), so it’s not a big deal to switch from frustration with the grasses to frustration with another groundcover, unless I’ve got all three to deal with at the same time. Our yard has been taken over by this naturally. What is this plant taking over my yard? Jun 29, 2014 - This Pin was discovered by Art Tsvetelina Spiridonova. Horses and rabbits love it. Our dogs haven’t had any reaction, and I walk barefoot through mine a lot. Why do some people want to leave it? Many of its admirers prefer it to any turf grass. Have an opinion? At least I don’t remember hearing the name. 1 I tried putting out a live trap in hopes of relocating the main offender, but caught a skunk instead. What do you think it will do to my Bluebonnets? I cast to earth a seed. . . Just make sure you haven’t been using any herbicides in the area. I almost don’t want to walk on it — it’s so pretty in appearance — but for a non-lawn groundcover, it can withstand some foot traffic. Hopefully your dog is just fine and hasn’t chewed up your house and yard completely! Thanks for the tidbit of info — I hadn’t heard that before! Awesome sight. sandy. 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