Sand will pretty much stay the way they are, but you can select plants that won’t be as sensitive to growing in an environment such as sand. The thing with sand is that it does not water like soil does. Another thing is, if ever plants do grow in sand, they may tend to be unstable as the roots won’t be able to anchor into the sand like it would on soil. “Crab Grass (known to Floridians as “Saint Augustine Grass”) grows very well in Sandy soil… If you are in a desert area, or high desert, lavender grows well, camomile, sage, tulips, daffodils, burning bush, bee balm (in shade)daisies, clematis (in the shade) the purple flower kind, juniper bushes.”
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