Planting Over a French Drain Pipe

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In order to not damage your french drain pipes, you will want to select plants with shallow roots. This page offers some advice about planting over a french drain pipe.
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June 1, 2016

I have had a flexible French pipe installed to drain my garden, it is fitted lengthwise along a 9 metre flower bed. What can I plant in the bed without damaging the pipe?

The pipe is in a trench covered in gravel then soil and also topsoil. Ideally I would like to plant a Portuguese laurel as hedging, but am concerned this may damage the pipe.

Has anyone encountered this problem and what advice can they give me?

Many thanks.

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July 13, 20170 found this helpful
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You would want something that would not have deep roots. If you have sandy soil over it, I would do a cactus or hen and chicken bed.

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