Welldrain

Related to Welldrain: Drainage well

Well´drain`


v. t.1.To drain, as land; by means of wells, or pits, which receive the water, and from which it is discharged by machinery.
[imp. & p. p. Welldrained ; p. pr. & vb. n. Well-draining.]
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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A mild climate, full sun and welldrained soil are must-haves for California Glory.
Grow in moist, welldrained soil in full sunshine and cut back flowers when finished to promote further flushes.
Grow in sun or partial shade in average welldrained soil, but it's tolerant of most aspects and soils.
The plentiful white flowers in summer are followed by copious clusters of scarlet fruit - they ripen late and so last Grow in sun or partial shade in average welldrained soil, but it's tolerant of most aspects and soils.
Plant in full sun or partial shade in welldrained humus-rich soil (chalk, loam or sand),
Plant in full sun or partial shade in welldrained humus-rich soil (chalk, loam or sand), although it will be tolerant of most soils as long as they are reasonably well-drained.
This fleshy succulent should be grown in full sun in welldrained soil - too much fertiliser or water will cause it to flop.
Grow in moist, welldrained fertile soil in sun or partial shade.
Use a welldrained, sheltered spot in full sun or partial shade and put in trellis or attach horizontal wires to a wall or fence for support.
They are mostly midsummer flowering and when planted in welldrained sunny borders are reliably hardy.