Plants for Dry Sandy Soils

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Plants that thrive in dry sandy soils are often lower-growing species, due to the reduced availability of both moisture and nutrients. Made up of larger soil particles, dry sandy soils are extremely well-drained and rarely experience any standing water. If your garden soil is dry and sandy, don’t despair! Many beautiful native plants have evolved to grow in these conditions, and will thrive without any amendments or irrigation.

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