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Clay Soil

Quagmires in the rainy season, concrete-hard and cracked in drought - clay soils can be very challenging to gardeners. They're also often high in nutrients and if the structure can be improved, make some of the best growing conditions for plants.
Dig in as much organic material as you can - sugar cane mulch, mushroom compost, your own homemade compost - and mulch it well. Stay off the soil as much as possible, after rain. Gypsum can also help with the soil structure; and if you have very acid soil (or want to grow vegetables) calcium is a useful improver.

We also recommend bergamot (Monarda), echinacea and rudbeckia for clay, which we offer as seeds.

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