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I'm receiving some seeds of albizia coreana (syn for albizia kalkora) and i'm wondering what soil should I get for it? I live in georgia so clay is prominent in the area.

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On 9/9/2017, 7:49:25, jb1336 said:

I'm receiving some seeds of albizia coreana (syn for albizia kalkora) and i'm wondering what soil should I get for it? I live in georgia so clay is prominent in the area.

Take a look at this link which I think will help answer your question

http://rslandscapedesign.blogspot.mx/2010/06/albizia.html

 

Richard

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