Plants Under Pine - Knowledgebase Question

WARRENTON, Mi
Question by WCADCAROLE
March 28, 2009
I HAVE A EXTRA LARGE PINE TREE TO LANDSCAPE UNDER. WHERE CAN I FIND A LIST OF PLANTS LOVING ACID SOIL?


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Answer from NGA
March 28, 2009

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Some of the flowering plants that thrive in my acidic soil include Iris kaempferi, Erica, Lewisia, Tropaeolum (flame flower), Dierama (wandflower), Lupine, Calceolaria, Primula, Narcissus, Lilium speciosum, Muscari, Gentian, Andromeda (Bog Rosemary), Begonia and Shortia. I've also had good results with vinca minor and ajuga as groundcovers under my pine trees.

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