“The best laid plans of landscapers and gardeners oft stumble at some simple sand.” That’s how the quote goes, isn’t it? It certainly seems that way when you’ve mapped out the plants you’d like to include, only to realize the soil isn’t going to cooperate. Clay in the soil can be too heavy and moisture-laden for many plants, and sandy soil can lose too much. We’ve looked at plants for clay gardens, so now let’s work on the sandy soil.
About the Author
Author of Backyard Farming on an Acre (More or Less) and Founder of Untrained Housewife website, Angela England is a problogger, speaker, and busy mother of five children in rural Oklahoma
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