Steamy sun rays

Zone Harrisburg, North Carolina 28075 | ghwenny68 added on May 27, 2019 | Answered

I live in North Carolina, and lately it has 95 degrees and over. Is the steaming sun the reason why my marigolds and perennials are dying?

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Answered on May 27, 2019

They usually do well in high temperatures I do see what looks like clay soils and this will be the cause of slow growth here. They will grow much faster in a soil with more texture. Try adding organic material or a little compost before planting to help out.

This article will help with the care of these:

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