What Plants Grow Well in Alkaline Soil?

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Alkaline soil usually has a high pH of more than 7 and it is considered a poor soil structure with a low infiltration capacity. There are quite a number of plants that thrive in this type of soil and some of them include acacia, cabbage, geranium, pomegranate, tamarisk as well as salt cedar.
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