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Making Synthetic Soil
Making the Woodsgarden
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acid pH acid soil pH alkaline ammonium sulphate berry Blooms Blossoms branched canadensis capsule clusters Common Names compost creeping cultivation cuttings damp deciduous deciduous woods dense Dryopteris early evergreen flower stalk fronds Fruit dots garden ground groundcover groundlitter growing Habenaria habitat hairy Hepatica humus humus-rich soil inches long indusia June layer leaf leafmold ledges left in place Minn moderately acid soil neutral soil northern oak or beech open woods Optimum pH orchid oval perennial perennial plant pests pine pinnae pinnules Pipsissewa pots prefers Range require rich soil rocky woods roots rootstock semi-shaded shade shady slightly acid soil slugs soil acidity soil of pH soil pH solomonseal south to Fla south to N.C. species spores spot spring superphosphate Tenn thrive toothed transplant trees Trillium tubers twice-pinnate underground stems usually wildflowers wildflowers and ferns wildgarden wintercover woodfern woods and thickets woods plants woodsgarden woodsgarden plant Woodsia