Alpine plants are those that are accustomed to extremely cold and dry conditions. Therefore, they are the perfect choice for areas that have similar conditions, such as those that receive regular snowfall and have extremely dry summers.

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About Alpine Plants

Alpine plants are those that grow in harsh, high-altitude environments. Alpine plant life is usually adapted to the cold and dry climate.

These plants are very hardy and do well in rocky soil.

There are a number of alpine plants that grow well in containers, including heathers, cushion plants, sedums and stonecrops. Alpine plants can be used to add interest to a garden or to create a mini-garden on a windowsill. These plants can be grown in full or partial shade but prefer to be watered regularly and kept moist when they are first planted.

A number of different types of alpine plants are available. Alpine plant life is usually adapted to the cold and dry climate. These plants are very hardy and do well in rocky soil.

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