Great Native Meadow Wildflowers for Clay (Heavy Loam Soils)

Learn the nature of clay soils. Includes 48 photos of clay species by Randy Powers. Information on preparing your site for planting and planting guidelines.
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Out of three base soil components (Sand, Silt, and Clay) Clay, and more specifically a soil type known as Clay-Loam, reigns supreme in the majority of South Eastern Wisconsin. Clay Loam, like any other type of soil, provides growing advantages and disadvantages that plants have over time evolved around. This publication gives a comprehensive guide for what naive species to plant and how to plant them for long term success within a Prairie. This is an invaluable resource for anybody working with plantings in clay rich soils.

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