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Original Post by rammie1884

Flowering plants for gravel

<p>Hi, I’m in the process of updating my garden, new d3cking, patio etc and I have an area of gravel which is about 10 inches deep. Are there any plants that will thrive or tolerate being planted there? Many thanks in advance.</p>

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