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DO YOU KNOW WHAT TYPE  OF SOIL YOU HAVE? PERENNIALS CAN TOLERATE CLAY!


If you have heavy clay soil, don’t despair; there are perennials that not only tolerate clay, but also can help break up and improve its texture, too, such as native prairie wildflowers and plants with tap roots. 

You should, of course, amend your clay with liberal top-dressings of approximately 3 to 4 inches of mulch, well aged compost or animal manure. Then dig or till the amendments in to a depth of 6 inches. 


After you’ve mixed in the compost or mulch and planted your plants, then add another 2 to 3 inches of compost or mulch to leave on the surface to help retain the moisture.


ASK our gardening experts how to plant for your particular soil!
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