What can I plant in a spot that was used to burn wood?

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Hi i moved and in this new house there is this spot that grass does not grow because they would pile stuff up and burn it , so was wondering what i could plant there or use the spot for any suggestions please thank you
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  • Hillela G. Hillela G. on May 31, 2017
    How about replacing and repleneshing the soil there? Its prob your best bet!

  • Violet Violet on Jun 01, 2017
    the ashes from the wood makes soil very sweet. You have to turn it acidic .

  • Tle18434179 Tle18434179 on Jun 03, 2017
    Remove the top part of the soil that has been burnt, should only be an inch or less. Then add top soil with some fertilizer. Add grass seed, plants or flowers. Enjoy!

  • Michele Pappagallo Michele Pappagallo on Jun 03, 2017
    Use that spot as a temporary compost pile area...then next year, move the compost pile and your soil should be in great shape.

  • Gma Kirk Gma Kirk on Jun 03, 2017
    Turn the soil under, add spagnum peat, composted leaves, and/or manure In the fall. In the spring, add an ammonia based fertilizer ( not calcium nitrate or potassium nitrate ) and maybe a little lime, turn under again. then seed, cover lightly with peat and a bit of straw. this should take care of it!