Planting a Salvia reptans west Texas form
I am planting a salvia reptans west texas form in a East facing hillside in Central Texas that Has NO topsoil. I am blasting a hole with a pick axe into Texas limestone. Even the grass stays short on this slope. I have a soil to plant it in which is made worth some compost and washed Decomposed Granite sand. I can change it up at this point since I am at the hole digging point.. Does any one have any ideas. I can add in some more normal garden soil with humus or I can add back in the native limestone chunks that I take out for added drainage , but I am leaning away from that since it is on a slope.. Any suggestions. This land is very alkaline and unforgiving.