Snow On The Mountain Plants

Snow on the Mountain Getting Crowded Out

Anonymous added on June 24, 2016 | Answered

I planted Snow on the Mountain several years ago in a shady spot and it did well for years. Around August it would start to get brown so we would cut it and it would come back looking nice. A couple years ago, other weeds started growing in what was a solid patch of Snow on the Mountain. Now it is competing with other plants. Do I need to do something with the pH of the soil or is there another solution? Thank you

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Answered on June 24, 2016

Generally Snow On The Mountain needs little care. It can become invasive, I have not had an issue with that myself.
You could use an all purpose fertilizer to give the plants a little boost. If the soil needs some amending, you could top dress the soil with some compost.

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