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Completely Useless

 Blog  •  Published on: 08 May 2017

Now that I've discovered the soil in my garden is completely useless for growing everything that I wanted to grow in it, I'm going to have to change tactics. It explains why Connie is dying, the rhododendron died within weeks, and the laurel bush didn't stand a chance. We can't afford to put all kinds of organic nutrients and fertiliser's all over the garden, as it's too big, and he definitely doesn't have the patience for that, but I see a home-composting bin in our immediate future. So, sandy, alkaline soil tolerant plants only. :( 

 

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  • Alexa A. Alexa A. Peg Sanderson, Thank you. I did as you advised, and have found an article on permanently improving the fertilization of sandy soils.. Brilliant.!
    Wednesday June 27, 2018 at 09:40