What Plants Grow in a Damp Soil?

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Plants and shrubs that will grow in damp conditions include corydalis flexuosa 'China Blue, corydalis flexuosa 'Purple Leaf', hosta venusta, ligularia 'The Rocket', lobelia speciosa
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Some plants do thrive in acidic soil. Heather, Winter Green and Bayberry, Blueberry, Heath and Juniper are to name a few of these plants.
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