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Practical step-by-step guide to planting a stone alpine trough with alpine plants. Once the plants and rocks are firmed into the soil, add a thin layer of grit to the surface. Not only does this act as a foil to the plants, but it also stops leaves from touching the soil, and rotting.
   

Practical step-by-step guide to planting a stone alpine trough with alpine plants. Once the plants and rocks are firmed into the soil, add a thin layer of grit to the surface. Not only does this act as a foil to the plants, but it also stops leaves from touching the soil, and rotting.



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Practical step-by-step guide to planting a stone alpine trough with alpine plants. Once the plants and rocks are firmed into the soil, add a thin layer of grit to the surface. Not only does this act as a foil to the plants, but it also stops leaves from touching the soil, and rotting.

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