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springcolor's badges:
Garden Photography Region: Pacific Northwest Celebrating Gardening: 2015 Forum moderator Plant Database Moderator I was one of the first 300 contributors to the plant database! Dog Lover Foliage Fan Greenhouse Container Gardener Heucheras Sedums Sempervivums Garden Ideas: Master Level Hellebores Daylilies Seed Starter Echinacea Hostas Irises

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Some info about springcolor:
  • Joined on September 25, 2011
  • Name: Julia
  • Location: Washington State
  • USDA Zone: 7a
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  • Items given special acorn tips: 126 received, 42 given.
  • Bookmarked pages: 39
  • springcolor's active areas of the database
  • Sempervivum (592 contributions.)
  • Coral Bells (168 contributions.)
  • Daylilies (144 contributions.)
  • Hellebores (78 contributions.)
  • Jovibarbas (58 contributions.)
  • Sedums (44 contributions.)
  • Hydrangeas (34 contributions.)
  • Irises (34 contributions.)
  • Pelargoniums (32 contributions.)
  • Foamy Bells (29 contributions.)
  • springcolor's Plant List
    There are 1,977 plants in springcolor's plant list.
    Sempervivum For Sale: 6 plants
    Heuchera: 88 plants
    Heucherella: 11 plants
    Sedum: 86 plants
    Sempervivum: 627 plants
    Daylilies: 143 plants
    Jovibarba: 55 plants
    Iris: 97 plants
    Daylily: 106 plants
    coneflower: 10 plants

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