soil drain


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soil pipe, soil line

A pipe which conveys the discharge of water closets or fixtures having similar functions, with or without the discharges from other fixtures. Also see cast-iron soil pipe.
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It's a good idea to perform a simple test in the location you'll be planting the tree to see how well the soil drains.
Generally sandy soil drains well, so will be far less prone to frost heave than clay soil, which tends to hold onto moisture.
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If your soil drains poorly, having basins around your plants actually could be counter-productive.
If your soil drains well, you can just dig to the thickness of the timbers and pour the 3-V4 in.
If your soil drains poorly, you should omit the ridge.
If your soil drains fast and your watering regime suits them, you may find they live longer and can be used for larger areas.
Columbines reseed themselves when the soil drains well and may be grown in sun to partial shade.
It does persist in the garden where soil drains well, but does not bloom every year, adding to the pleasure you will experience when it does flower.
Soil drains poorly or water accumulates in discrete areas.
When you do irrigate, water deeply by allowing a trickle of water to soak the root zone for 12 to 24 hours, depending on how quickly your soil drains.