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Slide show: Clay-loving plants

By: Garden Gate staff
Most plants have trouble growing in clay soil. But adding enough organic matter to improve the situation can be back-breaking work. Don’t worry, here are plants that tolerate and even thrive in the stuff!

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Most plants have trouble growing in clay soil. But adding enough organic matter to improve the situation can be back-breaking work. Don’t worry, here are plants that tolerate and even thrive in the stuff!

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Published: June 23, 2009
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