Cigarette Ashes in Soil Killed Flowers

Some of the neighborhood kids took an interest in my flower garden. They found cigarette ashes in my neighbor's discard can next door, and thought they would be doing my plants such a wonderful service in pouring the discarded ashes on my plants. The plants died. Should I discard the soil, or can I restore it to it's previous condition?


By Steve


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