How To Treat Too Rich Soil For Planting Sedum

Question From: M. Brown - Geneva, Illinois, United States
Q: Your sedum planting info was very helpful. Thinking about mixing sand 2:1 with perlite and raking in with too-rich soil, where sedums past season died out zone 5a. Thank you very kindly.

A: I would us a product called Soil Conditioner from AmTurf. It's actually calcined clay that is baked to 2000 degrees to make a permanent aggregate. Google it for more information and uses. Best Nancy