Rock-gardens sentence example

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  • They are suitable for mixed, herbaceous or shrub borders, wildflower or rock gardens.

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  • Composed of about 95% singletrack our rides vary from fast technical switchbacks through rock gardens to high alpine 5-hour long descents.

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  • It thrives in rock gardens as well as the Cushion Pink, and should be planted in deep sandy loam on a well-drained and exposed spot, moist in summer, facing the south.

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  • Some of the small New Zealand species, such as glabellum, nummulariaefolium, and longipes, are very useful for draping stones on rock gardens.

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  • Other species of Santolina suited for rock gardens are S. pectinata and S. viridis, which form bushes something like the Lavender Cotton.

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  • America, hardy, thriving in light soil, preferring peat, and are suitable for the margins of groups of American shrubs and for low parts of rock gardens.

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  • In the rock garden among dwarf plants Colchicums thrive, and make a pretty show in autumn, when rock gardens are often flowerless.

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  • Menziesia - Dwarf shrubs resembling Heaths, and, like them, admirably suited for large rock gardens or wherever there is a moist peat soil.

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  • I have seen it growing in mountain districts often covered with snow, and believe it to be worth trial in our rock gardens.

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  • It is hardy, and is suitable for rock gardens.

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  • They prefer well-drained soils and even rock gardens.

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