Answer: Mondo grass can be slow to establish and plants look bad if soil is poorly drained or contain excess salts. For best results in your clay soil, dig your plants, amend the soil with organic matter to facilitate drainage, then replant and water well. Rather than watering every day (which is a bit too much for Mondo grass), water once each week. When you do water, water thoroughly so the entire root mass gets wet, then allow the soil to dry before watering again. Once established, Mondo grass requires water only during the hottest months of the year. Best wishes with your Mondo grass!
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