NM Grower wrote:
You will get a lot better advice if you provide more information about where you are located, temperatures, precipitation patterns, wind patterns, etc. For example, Saguaro cacti grow well in sand, but it's probably not a plant that will survive where you are!
how about prickly pear - that grows almost everywhere, right? i'm thinking of planting some this year somewhere with other native prairie plants that like it dry.
rose macaskie wrote:cow peas otherwise known as black eyed peas are a dry country sandy soil type bean, they are shade tolerant that makes them suitable for combined crops like cowpeas and buckwheat
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