Perennials that like shallow soil

Any suggestions for perennial flowers to plant in 6-8 inches soil on top of retaining wall (10 foot lenghth) in northwestern Pennsylvania?
Submitted by macsnc

Hi,

Thanks for writing. Most groundcovers and low-growing plants (that stay less than a foot tall) should do fine in soil like this as long as you can keep them watered. They may dry out more quickly than plants in other sections of your yard, though, because the soil is so shallow.

 

---Justin, Senior Garden Editor, BHG.com

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perennials flowers or greens that grow in a retainning wall
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perennials that grows in retainnig wall
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perenials to grow in a retaining wall
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