Slow-draining clay soil makes life difficult for many plants. Not to worry: these 3 plants for clay soil thrive in it.
The Japanese Iris
Among the showiest and most recognizable garden flowers, the Japanese Iris is a beloved beardless variety and a great plant for clay soil. As long as the soil is moist, it’s adaptable.
In summer breezes, trumpet-shaped daylilies seem to nod on their 10-inch to 4-foot stems. These reliable plants bloom from early summer to first frost, and also grow well in clay soil.