In which soil plants grow better?
Different plants need different soil requirements. It all depends on the quality of your soil, type of soil, and the amount of nutrients and fertilizer you give the plants in your garden.
Sand, silt and clay are the three basic soil types. You can have a combination of all three in different quantities.
If you are unsure of the type of soil you have, you can have your soil tested at any garden center. They will be more than happy to help you choose the best plants for your garden.
Very few plants will grow in heavy clay soil and not many will grow in sand. Plants need organic material in the soil to enable the roots to penetrate and to nourish the plants, so the more humus soil contains, the better most plants will grow. Plants also do not thrive in very acid or highly alkaline soil. Most plants prefer neutral or slightly acid pH. Sne45: I think clay-like soil, nor do I think…