Before you plant your periwinkle plants, give them a great start by enriching the soil with manure, compost, and peat moss. This will help to improve drainage before planting your young plants. Because periwinkles are so hardy, they can cope well in either shade or full sun. This gives you a lot of options when deciding where to plant them in your garden.
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