The ashes from wood-burning fireplaces do not belong in your garden. They’ll raise the alkalinity of your soil and a lot of southern Idaho soil is already plenty alkaline.
The ashes from wood-burning fireplaces do not belong in your garden. They’ll raise the alkalinity of your soil and a lot of southern Idaho soil is already plenty alkaline. Dreamstime TNS
The ashes from wood-burning fireplaces do not belong in your garden. They’ll raise the alkalinity of your soil and a lot of southern Idaho soil is already plenty alkaline. Dreamstime TNS

Thoughts on perennials, fireplace ashes and rhododendrons

January 11, 2017 12:51 PM

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