Student or Learner
Which of the two constructions is preferable? Should I say 'in order that plants are strong enough' or 'in order for plants to be strong enough'... or doesn't it make much difference?
It depends on what you want to say:
I added mulch so that the plants will stay strong enough to get through this hot weather.
In order for the plants to be strong enough to survive the heat, I added mulch around each one.