Type of soil ammendments for perrenials. - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by arizona94n
July 3, 2010
I was given Daylily's, Baby blues brunnera, a White coneflower, a Patty's plum poppy, and lastly a Sorbet peony. These are all dormant roots. I would like to know; I amended my soil to a depth of six inches mixed with two inches of scotts topsoil (the cheap one). When I plant the root's I will include a soil mix (for the hole) of 1/4 compost 1/4 good soil mix 1/2 native soil. Will this work? Than

Answer from NGA
July 3, 2010
Sounds like a great mix of soil amendments for your new plants. Go ahead and plant them, then water them in well. They should thrive for you. Enjoy!

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