New reply from Jameswright

<p>Weigela Picobella Rosa is a hardy plant that can survive in a variety of soil types and moisture conditions, including damp soil. However, it's important to note that no plant can survive in standing water for extended periods of time, as this can cause root rot and other problems. If your flower bed takes a while to dry out after heavy rain, it's possible that the soil is not draining well, which could be a problem for any plants you want to grow there. Before planting anything, you may want to investigate the drainage of the area and see if there are any steps you can take to improve it, such as adding organic matter to the soil or installing drainage pipes. <a href="https://www.mysanfordchart.net/">My Sanford Chart</a></p>
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Original Post by Jenka

Weigela 'Picobella Rosa'

<p>I have a flower bed that takes quite a while to dry out after a heavy downpour and I have a problem growing plants there.  I wanted to plant Weigela Picobella Rosa.  Do you think they would survive?  Any other suggestions of small plants would be appreciated.</p>

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