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Since April 1986 Plants for the Southwest and Living Stones Nursery have been dedicated to sharing our plant knowledge with others. This new website offers plant information about many of the plants we are growing now, and also information about plants we have grown in the past

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  • Seven Healing Crystals for Plants and Gardens
    Seven Healing Crystals for Plants and Gardens

    Also known as the stone of transformation, this is a good crystal for encouraging harmony between the energy of a plant and its environment. This can be useful when bringing new plants into a room or space where others are already established. Malachite is a powerful stone that can energise plants boosting their growth and crop production

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  • 16 Spreading Plants for Paved Areas - The Spruce
    16 Spreading Plants for Paved Areas - The Spruce

    Jun 08, 2020 Such plants as sedum and creeping thyme are favorites between pavers, bricks, and stones because they can handle some light foot traffic and neglect. Once these plants are established, they generally require very little maintenance to continue to grow and spread. Here are 16 plants that are ideal for paved areas

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  • Best plants for pathways and cracks in concrete and patios
    Best plants for pathways and cracks in concrete and patios

    These pathway plants are great plants for planting alongside garden paths and between stepping-stones. Acaena ‘Blue Haze’ . forms a beautiful 4-inch-tall mound, spreading quickly to about 3 feet

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  • Plants for the Southwest
    Plants for the Southwest

    Welcome to Plants for the Southwest and Living Stones Nursery 50 East Blacklidge Drive, Tucson, AZ 85705 (520)-628-8773 Wednesday – Saturday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m

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  • How to Make and Maintain a Gravel Garden
    How to Make and Maintain a Gravel Garden

    May 04, 2018 Pea gravel, crushed stones or different coloured slate chippings are all suitable for dressing the membrane around your plants and existing garden features. Our advice is to avoid using very small gravel, as it can easily escape outside the borders. Also, it may attract neighbouring cats to use as litter. Beware of the sharp edges of crushed

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  • 20 Border Plants Perfect for Lining Your Path or Driveway
    20 Border Plants Perfect for Lining Your Path or Driveway

    Plant borders also complement and soften the edges of hardscape elements like pavers, arbors, garden art, stepping stones, and other outdoor structures. A great border plant must be of a scale to

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  • Amazon.com : Living Stone Plant - Lithops - 2 Pack 2" Pots
    Amazon.com : Living Stone Plant - Lithops - 2 Pack 2" Pots

    Living Stone Plant - Lithops - 2 Pack 2 Pots - Strange Plant Visit the Hirt's Gardens Store. 4.1 out of 5 stars 105 ratings. Currently unavailable. We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Page 1 of 1

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  • Living Stones: Plant Care & Growing Guide
    Living Stones: Plant Care & Growing Guide

    Jan 13, 2021 Living stones (Lithops spp.), also known as pebble plants, are unusual little succulents that have evolved to look like the pebbles and rocks that litter their native habitats in Africa.These plants hug the ground and grow extremely slowly. They’re best planted in the spring or fall, as the plants enter a dormant state and aren’t actively growing during the hot summer months and the winter

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  • Plant Ideas For Cracks - Tips For Gardening In Cracks And
    Plant Ideas For Cracks - Tips For Gardening In Cracks And

    Dec 30, 2020 Plants for small spaces between stones and rocks must be installed properly and babied while they establish. These spaces have very little soil and can get dry in hot weather and soggy in wet periods. Plants for cracks and crevices will need some monitoring during the first year of planting

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  • Dietary Plants for the Prevention and Management of
    Dietary Plants for the Prevention and Management of

    Mar 07, 2018 4. Dietary Plants for the Prevention of Kidney Stones. Dietary interventions are taken into account as promising methods for kidney protection, either in concert with, or apart from, inherited or genetic factors. Nutritional plants are efficient remedies in the diet, which can influence risk of recurrence in calcium oxalate stones

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  • The Best Plants to Grow Between Stepping Stones &
    The Best Plants to Grow Between Stepping Stones &

    Sep 12, 2016 If you plant a wide spreading plant in a pathway that provides only narrow spaces between the stones, the plants will quickly cover the stones, or you'll need to do more

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  • Plants That Grow On Rocks And Stones
    Plants That Grow On Rocks And Stones

    A stone like this will help these plants regenerate lost cells faster and will give them the strength to plant deep roots for better support. Hence moonstone is

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