17 Plants That You Can Grow In Acidic Soil Garden

17 Plants That You Can Grow In Acidic Soil Garden

#11 Camellias

Camellias likes soil that is acidic. It produces sparkling white, formal, double blooms contrast well with the glossy, dark green foliage.

#12 Azaleas

Azaleas are acid loving shrubs. They can withstand acid humus enriched soil just as all azaleas do. Orange blooms appear mid to late Spring.

#13 Hydrangea

Hydrangeas love acidic soils. This is especially true to maintain blue in the blossoms. One sign of high soil pH are hydrangea blooms that are pink. Their blooms appear in Spring through Summer and attracts butterflies and other beneficial pollinators.

#14 Rhododendron

Rhododendron shrubs do best in acidic soils. Their yellow showy flowers come in in late Spring.

#15 Constellation Dogwood

All Dogwood trees like acidic soil conditions. Constellation Dogwood grows in zones 5 to 8 in partial to full Sun, reaches 15 to 25 feet tall, and blooms from late Spring to early Summer.

#16 Magnolia

Magnolia loves soil that is acidic. It grows in zones 7 to 9 in full Sun. Reaches 8 to 10 feet tall and wide. White blooms appear in Spring and Summer.

#17 Abies Horstmann’s Silberlocke

It’s also an acidic-soil loving plant. It produces gorgeous foliage and beautiful purple cones.

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