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Article: Border Stonecrops from the Genus Hylotelephium: Sedums

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joynoel
Belmont, NC

October 13, 2009
1:21 AM

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My sedum is gorgeous but they look like a deer has fallen asleep on them??? I have a fenced yard in NC near Charlotte? so have never seen a deer. Could it be another critter?
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