Soil solutions inc Traditional Landscape via Missouri Botanical Garden. Clay-Tolerant PlantsMany local vegetation tolerate clay soils, but check with your nursery a couple of plant's tolerance to clay prior to trying out it in your lawn. Clay can sluggish the expansion and spread of a few plants, but the actual clay-tolerant species will thrive. One of my favorites for Midwest clay soil is the graceful Baptisia. The pretty blue vegetation in the photo here are on Baptisia australis, commonly referred to as false indigo or blue wild indigo. It has a deep taproot, which allows it to survive drought and penetrate the soil deeply.What's a gardener to do with soil that's easily compacted and has negative drainage? Find out here.
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