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Plantings for Poor Soil

mainegard3
9 years ago

Hi,
I know there have been a few posts like this but I wanted a complete list of those that don't need organic fertilizer or rich compost added. I know most do not require any love but I like to treat some to a small annual spring feed to get them going. Below is my list of those who want to be left alone. Please let me know which ones you would add or remove. I know there are some that can be removed given a lot of info on the web can be misleading or incorrect. Sorry about the sloppy spelling, Latin/common/brand name mix...did this quickly. If you know any sites that have a complete listing, please advise. I am waiting for Ken to tell me to leave them alone ; ) Thanks!

Purple Sand Cherry
Ornamental grasses
Yarrow
Fern
Basket of Gold
Coreopsis
Arborvite
Foxglove
Emerald n gold
Gaillardia
Helenium
Smokebush
Burning Bush
Rosa Rugosa
Sumac
Vibernum Doublefile
Lily of Valley
Euphorbia
Marigolds
Babys Breath
Ladys Mantle
Agastache
Baptista
Brunnera
Campanula
Bleeding Heart
Helleborus
Hosta
Heuchera
Lirope
Malva
Oenothera
Balloon flower
Rudbeckia
Viola
Lambs ear
Catmint
Poppy
Russian Sage
Lavender
Ninebark
Tree Lilac
Black Eye Susan
Pussy willow
Catchfly
Blueberry
Vinca
Yucca
Heleopsis
Butterfly Bush
Sedum
Spirea
Chokeberry
Digitalis
Lupine
thyme
Serviceberry
Crabapple
Coneflower
Juniper
Salvia
Iris
Candytuft
Phlox
Geranium
Daylily
Cosmo

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