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Article: Border Stonecrops from the Genus Hylotelephium: Please......write a book!

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GardenSue777
Moyie Springs, ID

October 12, 2009
4:44 PM

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I live in North Idaho and I grow so many sedums and sempervivums. Most are very hardy here and require just a splash of water. The bees love sedum as well. From Spring through Autumn the plants are beautiful...and easy for an older gardener to manage. Please...write a book!

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