Sometimes too much moisture seems to accumulate, particularly in low-lying areas, so grass won't grow. So what do you do with a soggy bottom? Plant Mazus!
The best solutions often take advantage of seemingly difficult situations, working with rather than against them. Instead of trying to change the hydrology of wet areas, it may be better to incorporate them into "bog" gardens featuring water-loving plants. Mazus is such a plant.
Apart from watering (if necessary) and weeding until established, maintenance is minimal. Mazus has few serious pest and disease problems. It tolerates a little foot traffic.