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In The Garden: Powerhouse plants for fall

Stone crops can be used as groundcover, for boarders, or in containers. They are a great way to keep color in your yard as we transition to fall.

Posted: Sep 19, 2019 6:52 PM

COBURG, Ore. -- Stone crops are in that succulent category. They are drought resistant, deer resistant, love the sun, and put on some great flowers.

Stone crops can be used as groundcover, for boarders, or in containers. They are a great way to keep color in your yard as we transition to fall.

For more details about stone crops you can head to Johnson Brothers Garden Market.

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