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This is it! Our month long photo contest has finished with 3,136 photos submitted by 169 different members. Today we reveal the Best of Show winners, as well as the winners of each individual category. Special thanks to Gardener's Supply for sponsoring this year's contest. Click to see the winners.
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Need more room to overwinter your hanging plants in your greenhouse(s), as I do? This easy-to-build rack will help.
Sempervivums are plants that originate on the European continent. Found at high altitudes known as alpine zones, they thrive in this harsh and rugged terrain. Sempervivums are becoming increasingly popular in the United States as gardeners fall in love with the textures and colors of these amazing little plants.