Smart landscaping can make a space look more inviting and professional. It can also help mask the true age of a building. But no matter how well-designed the garden or flower bed is, if the plants cannot thrive, it will quickly lose its beauty. Something must be done for the soil supply to be successful.
It is generally known that the term “soil” refers to a mix of organic material, rock, minerals, and air pockets in which plants can thrive. It is classified according to the sizes of the particles namely clay, sand, and silt.
Clay is dense and has very fine particles. Sand has large particles but has poor water retention capability. And silt has intermediate-size particles rich in minerals and nutrients.
Check out this guide to soil types to enhance the health of your plants and make the landscaping beautiful and lush.