Food 2019 Amateur Farm and Garden thread

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does that 'moss' that grows between flagstone pieces grow down there? Is laying flagstone too unnatural? (I'm trying to think of something super low maintenance that will also leave your feet 'cleanish' after a little rain.)
The 'problem' is that we have these little palm frond things that constantly come back. Mow em, and two weeks later they're sprouting up again. And it's really close to the creek, so we don't want to use any chemicals.
 
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Hmmm. Have you talked to a landscaper or agriculture guy for possible solutions?
I can't really imagine how there could be one. It's soil. Native shit is going to grow there unless we use fabric or chemicals. Neither makes sense in this scenario.

I suppose that we could dump a fuckload of mulch there and that would head off the problem for a while, but that's only temporary.