Answer: Blue fescue grows best in rock gardens and on slopes because it requires excellent drainage. Watering too frequently, especially in clay soil, will shorten the lifespan and the plants will die out. For better success, amend the soil so it drains quickly, and water deeply only once a week. If the area remains too moist, you may want to mound the soil up a few inches where you plant your blue fescue so the roots are not sitting in overly moist soil. Best wishes with your garden!
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