Have you managed to keep a kurapia "lawn" from flowering?
We recently had our back yard landscaped, including a low-water kurapia lawn-type area. Kurapia has a tendency to flower profusely and attract tons of bees, but it was suggested that the flowers (and bees) would be kept at bay if it was mowed twice a month. (I'm glad our yard is full of bees, I just prefer having them enjoy our other plants rather than forming a bee-carpet on the "lawn" area.) The new back yard is still young, but I'm not feeling optimistic about whether the bees-in-the-lawn problem will ever be under control.
If you have a kurapia lawn (not just as groundcover, but as something you want to walk on barefoot, let kids and dogs play on, etc.) and have managed to keep it from flowering, I'd love to know how! Or if you or your acquaintances have found that it's just impossible to prevent flowering, I'd be interested to know that, too.