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Plants Not Weedy,sun-part shade,dry soil?

Posted by wildlifehelper2000 MD (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 11, 07 at 3:31

What kind of plants are not weedy,can grow in dry soil,and can have both sun and part shade? Want something to put around tree like buches.


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RE: Plants Not Weedy,sun-part shade,dry soil?

Heuchera work well for me in sun and shade as well as Hosta. Astilbe are good for shade and part sun. As far as how they'll do in dry soil I'm not sure. You could amend the soil where you plant them, add some good soil to whats already there and add mulch on top to help keep in the moisture. And Hosta's and Heuchera have alot of different varieties to choose from varying in sizes and colors. Hope this helps.
Becca


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RE: Plants Not Weedy,sun-part shade,dry soil?

I have sweet Williams around two Black Walnut tress that are in partial shade and full sun. Spiderwort might be another plant to consider. seagle52


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