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Clay-limestone soil shrubs

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Bushes growing in clay-limestone soil must be able to tolerate these conditions. These soils are certainly fertile but can also dry out and crack during periods of drought, or become waterlogged during heavy winter rainfall. The presence of limestone, even though it can contribute to better drainage, generally makes it difficult to establish plants such as rhododendrons, which dislike it. Fortunately, many reliable varieties in our gardens, such as lilacs, forsythias, weigelias, as well as hazelnut trees and deutzias, are perfectly suited to these situations and will thrive for years with minimal care!

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