low-maintenance groundcover

low-maintenance groundcover

hello fellow dirt lovers! i've been gone from this community for a very long time but i have some gardening questions that i know someone must be able to answer. our backyard is currently a patch of mud (about 15x20ft). i'm only planting a small amount of vegetables and i'm really not sure what to do for the rest of it. i won't be around for the summer and my roommates are much too lazy to maintain a grass lawn. i've done some research about alternatives and i've heard that creeping lilyturf and barren strawberry (waldsteinia ternita) are both excellent and require very little work. how do I go about acquiring these? what's the best way to get them to spread? has anybody experienced either of these plants? are there better alternatives? thanks!
New camera.

New camera.

My mother is beginning to think I only visit to take pics of her garden

My mother is beginning to think I only visit to take pics of her garden

Plant ID and care tips

Plant ID and care tips

Hibiscus flower…

Hibiscus flower…

Bloom time questions

Bloom time questions

plant i.d.

plant i.d.