5 Plants to Fix a Damp Spot in Your Chicken Garden
Alnus. Deciduous trees. Zones vary by species. These nitrogen-fixing trees like ample water and can tolerate flooding. They can reach heights of 40 to 70 feet depending on variety.
Cyperus. Perennial. Zones vary by species. Graceful grass-like plants with striking form. Can be invasive.
Gunnera tinctoria. Perennials. Hardy to Zone 8, can be nurtured in Zones 6 and 7. Striking, colossal, stunning leaves.
Equisetum hyemale. Perennial. Zones 7–10. It is a very primitive, structure plant with 4′ upright slender hollow stems. It can be extremely invasive. Horsetail is mildly toxic to chickens.
Salix. Deciduous trees. Zones vary by species. Stunning, weeping trees that are fast-growing, yet can be weak-wooded and short lived. Thrive near water, but don’t plant near sewer lines.