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Wrightman Alpines moves to St. Andrews

alpineplants.jpgHarvey Wrightman has been growing alpine plants for rock gardens for 30 years. He sells them to customers all over the continent through his mail order catalogue. While St. Andrews may not seem a to be great spot for alpine plants, that where he's moved his nusery and it turns out it's a perfect fit!

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