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Practical step by step guide to planting a stone alpine trough with alpine plants. Alpine plants need good drainage, so cover the drainage holes first with crocks to prevent them becoming blocked and then cover with gravel to a depth of 2-3cm.
   

Practical step by step guide to planting a stone alpine trough with alpine plants. Alpine plants need good drainage, so cover the drainage holes first with crocks to prevent them becoming blocked and then cover with gravel to a depth of 2-3cm.


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Practical step by step guide to planting a stone alpine trough with alpine plants. Alpine plants need good drainage, so cover the drainage holes first with crocks to prevent them becoming blocked and then cover with gravel to a depth of 2-3cm.

Practical step by step guide to planting a stone alpine trough with alpine plants. Alpine plants need good drainage, so cover the drainage holes first...


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