Humus-rich, peaty soil
suits them best and they relish life beneath trees or shrubs, provided there's enough moisture to keep them supplied.
One of the red-letter days of spring is the first sighting of the buds of sanguinaria canadensis, Canadian Bloodroot, emerging through the peaty soil
A woodlander in its native Canada, it loves deep peaty soil
and semi- shade.
They love cool air and damp, peaty soil
, so succeed very well in Scotland.
Like all rowans, it's an ace performer in Scotland, enjoying our cool, damp climate and peaty soil
Known as lenten roses, helleborus x hybridus are easy to grow and relatively care-free plants that thrive in dappled shade providing that you avoid poor, dry, peaty soils
and waterlogged conditions.
In boggy regions, the hyphae buffer plant partners from the high acid content of peaty soils
Unlike texture, moisture conditions may be profoundly transformed by drainage: the moist soils of group 3 may, in transformation, become similar to fresh soil, and wet and peaty soils
(group 4), similar to moist soils.
But the signs are good that a glass or two of cheer will still salute the centuries-old tradition across the continents that separate the leafy vineyards of South Africa and the peaty soils
The role of the park as a national environmental asset is also revealed in the figure of an estimated 50 million tonnes of carbon locked up in the landscape's woodlands and peaty soils
Roses generally do quite well in peaty soils
, as they like a slightly acidic soil, but it is important that the containers have good drainage.
Agriculture--Improved crop and grazing land management to increase soil carbon storage; restoration of cultivated peaty soils
and degraded lands; improved rice cultivation techniques and livestock and manure management to reduce methane emissions; improved nitrogen fertilizer application techniques to reduce nitrous oxide emissions; dedicated energy crops to replace fossil fuel use; improved energy efficiency.