Five clay-compatible plants for your garden

Made up of tiny particles of fine size that are held together tightly clay soil is so dense that it is difficult for roots of plants to be able to penetrate. However, you must choose your plants wisely and the clay may work for you! Make sure you follow these steps prior to planting in soil that isn't ideal. Do not only alter your soil in the vicinity of the hole as this can cause the roots to be more difficult to penetrate the clay. It is recommended to place your plant in the ground at least a couple of inches above that soil's line. This will allow more oxygen to reach the plant's root. Click here to find five plant species that flourish in clay.